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    • Cuomo Never Met in Person With Walder, Hasn't Paid Any Attention to MTA (NYT)
    • Two USDOT Officials, Karen Rae and Polly Trottenberg, Mentioned for MTA Job (Crain's)
    • NYT: Cuomo Must Pick Transit Professional, City, State and Drivers All Must Chip in for Capital Plan
    • Post: Labor Negotiations Should Be Top Priority For Next MTA Chief
    • Bloomberg Not Leaping to Up City Contribution to MTA Capital Plan, as MTA Budgeted (Transpo Nation)
    • Workers Start Late and End Early on Subway Diversions, Say Comptrollers (NewsNYT)
    • 13-Year-Old Dies Saving Other Kids From Crashing Range Rover (News, Post)
    • Van Driver Hits and Kills Elmhurst 2-Year-Old Who Ran Into Street For Candy (NewsPost)
    • News: "The Scariest Part of the Lower East Side Is Trying to Cross The Street"
    • Seems Like NYT Mag's Russell Shorto Hasn't Seen an NYC Bike Lane Aside From the Central Park Loop
    • Riding Transit, Mets' Dickey Gets Pitching Advice, Book Recommendations (NYT)

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