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    • City Deploys Sensors and Cameras to Ease Midtown Gridlock (NYT, News, Post, NY1, DNAinfo, WSJ)
    • For the Best Congestion-Busting Results, Turn Back the Clock 100 Years (DNAinfo)
    • The Post Laps Up Latest NBBL Press Release: 2 Days Before Court Hearing, Markowitz Puts on a Show
    • Watch the NBBL Effect in Action in This Errol Louis Interview With JSK (NY1)
    • Cuomo Signs Crossover Mirror Bill (NY1, News)
    • Could a 7 Train Extension Leave Trans-Hudson Bus Service Worse Off? (MTR)
    • Lew Fidler Raising Heaps of Cash to Run for Carl Kruger's Seat; The More Things Change... (CapTon)
    • So You Saw Something, And Said Something. Then What Happens? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Parking Laws Have Ceased to Apply -- Even More Than Usual -- Near the Atlantic Yards Site (AY Watch)
    • In the Subway Series of Transit Riding, Yankees Fans Lead Mets Fans (Transpo Nation)

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