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    • U.S. DOT Will Devote $745 Million to Amtrak and New York Rail Improvements (Transpo Nation, MTR)
    • If Mayor Bloomberg Had His Way, Red Light Cams Would Police Every Corner (Transpo Nation)
    • Andrea Bernstein: Port Authority Hikes a Model of Political Choreography
    • Crain's Columnist Greg David Rips Govs, Manhattan Institute for PA Posturing (Crain's, Post)
    • Times's Joe Nocera: Tolls Benefit the Wealthy On the Backs of the Middle Class
    • NYPD Cruiser Hits Five-Year-Old Boy in Port Richmond (Post)
    • Pedestrian-Protecting Median Bollards Blamed for Cambria Heights Crashes (NY1)
    • Unwanted BoltBus Stop Moving to Chelsea (DNAinfo)
    • Poll Says Most New Yorkers Don't Care About Bike Lanes (Gothamist)
    • WNYC Tracks Second Ave Subway Rubble to Construction Firms, City Golf Course
    • How Chris Quinn Uses Taxpayer Cash to Crush Council Dissent (NYT)

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