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    • Albany's Grand Bargain Falls Apart, End-of-Session Action Postponed (CapTon, NYT)
    • Traffic Data Transparency Law Took Effect on Wednesday (City Room)
    • NBBL's Shocking FOIL Docs: Lander Actively Defended the Bike Lane He Supported (Transpo Nation)
    • Daily News: Do Sens. Golden, Lanza Care About New Yorkers or Monopolistic Taxi Medallion Owners?
    • Astorino to Cuomo: Make Tappan Zee Replacement A Priority (LoHud)
    • Midtown Direct Service Adds Five Percent to NJ Home Prices (WCBS)
    • Aging Equipment Means Three Days of Delay on NJ Transit, Amtrak (Star-Ledger)
    • Queens' Own Worksman Cycles Gets Daily News Profile
    • Retiring Crossing Guards Look Back at Careers With Pride (QChron)

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