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    • MTA Labor Talks Break Down, Samuelsen Accuses MTA of Negotiating in Press (NewsWSJ)
    • Laurence Renard's Husband Files Wrongful Death Suit Over UES Crash (Post)
    • Jackson Heights Merchants to Hold Rally Against 37th Road Pedestrian Plaza (News)
    • Hastings-On-Hudson Joins Call for Tappan Zee Transit (NYLCV)
    • News: City Council Needs "The Guts to Tell The Guilty Drivers to Suck It Up" -- And The Post Agrees
    • Bus Service Restored in Bronx's Country Club Neighborhood, No Cost to MTA (News)
    • Instead of Planning 13th Birthday, Dashane Santana's Family Raising Money For Funeral (DNAinfo)
    • Many Excited About Cuomo Infrastructure Spending, But Still No Funding Plan (LoHud)
    • Staten Island Drunk Driver Pleads Guilty to Vehicular Homicide (Post)
    • Chris Ward Heads to Private Sector, Will Be Bidding on Tappan Zee (Observer)
    • Tri-State Sits Down For Interview With Connecticut DOT Commish Jim Redeker (MTR)
    • Money Flows to Politicians on Both Sides of Borough Taxi Fight (Post)

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