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    • Cuomo: Casino Operator Genting Will Pay for Train to Aqueduct Convention Center (Times Union)
    • Transit Advocates Skeptical of Direct Subway Service to Aqueduct (TransNat)
    • Weeknight Subway Shutdowns Are Here as MTA Tries New Maintenance Sked (Post, DNA, TransNat)
    • More Dispatches From Joe Lhota's Confirmation Hearing (WSJ, TransNat, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Nicole Gelinas: MTA Should Avoid Arbitration With the TWU (Post)
    • Daily News: Wage Freeze for Transit Workers Would Be Fair
    • Track Workers and a Station Agent Saved the Day for Michael Grynbaum This Christmas (NYT)
    • Cyclists Plan Civil Disobedience in Response to Mounting Death Toll on London Streets (Independent)
    • Smash-Ups on Brooklyn's Park Avenue Nothing New for Local Residents (Local)
    • If Your City Doesn't Have a #bike Hashtag Yet, It's Time to Start Using One (Dani Simons)
    • James Vacca Has Been Fighting to Bring a Golf Course to the East Bronx Since He Was 24 (Post)

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