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    • More on Cuomo's State of the State: NYT 1, 2, GoGa, Crain's, WNYC
    • Experts Respond to "Transit"-Free Infrastructure Plan (Transpo Nation)
    • Aqueduct Mega-Convention Center to Have a Transit Component (News)
    • Safely Ensconced in Hong Kong, Jay Walder Points to the Sorry State of MTA Financing (NYT)
    • TWU Contract Talks Delayed, Expected to Proceed Without Strike Threat (WNYC, NY1)
    • City Council Passes Bill Requiring New Features for DOT Street Condition Map (NY1)
    • DOT Says UES Section of East River Esplanade Will Reopen Soon (DNA)
    • Scott Stringer Holds Recruitment Event to Lure Younger Community Board Applicants (NY1)
    • NYPD Chases Down Driver Who Hit Bronx Pedestrian (NY1)
    • Family of Motorcyclist Killed in Manhattan Hit-and-Run Dumbfounded by 60-Day Sentence (Post)
    • The BQE Brings Misery to Drivers and Non-Drivers Alike (NYT)
    • A Tradition in the Making: Excellent Fantasy New Year's Resolutions From Tri-State

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