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    • Daily News Nails Liu and DiNapoli for Taking Potshots at the MTA While Transit Teeters
    • The More You Know About Kira Goddard's Death, the More Senseless It Seems (News, WSJ)
    • The Only Attention Goddard's Mourners Got From Local Pols Was a Drive-By Beep (News)
    • Waiting for the Other Shoe to Drop: Chris Ward's Tenuous Relationship With Andrew Cuomo (Cap NY)
    • Whitestone Moms Lead Fight Against One-Way Conversion Near PS193 (News)
    • Peter Koo Wants Flushing to Be a Great Transit Destination, Yet He Also Wants Lots of Parking (Crain's)
    • What Nancy Gruskin's 5-to-Ride Campaign Has Been Up To (Downtown Express)
    • Brooklyn Chef Thrown in Holding Cell for Riding Trike on Sidewalk (Gothamist)
    • DNAinfo Reports on Yesterday's Fulton Street Transit Center Construction Milestone
    • Atlantic Yards Traffic Plan: Motorists' Early Reaction (NY1)
    • If Larry Littlefield Wrote the Classifieds... (Room 8)

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