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    • Bloomberg Budget Proposal: More Cuts to City Services, No New Taxes (DNA, WNYC, NY1, News)
    • Chris Ward: New York Neglects Declining Infrastructure at Its Own Peril (Capital NY)
    • TWU Talks Resume (TransNat); Union Wins Time Off for Subway Crews Who Witness Fatalities (Post)
    • League of American Bicyclists President to Discuss House Transportation Bill With Brian Lehrer
    • City Council Aspirants Announce Intentions for Jessica Lappin's Seat (DNA)
    • Assembly Member Philip Goldfeder Lobbies for Revival of LIRR Rockaway Beach Line (NY1)
    • Ben Kabak: Bond Fees an Often Overlooked State Scheme That Stiffs Transit Users
    • Man Killed on Staten Island Expressway Apparently Left There by NYPD (Advance)
    • Alex Marshall: City's Pockmarked Streets Hazardous to Cyclists (RPA)
    • New York Media Again Schooled on Cycling Coverage, This Time in the UK (Dani Simons)
    • Meanwhile, No Motorist Sob Story Is Too Trivial for the New York Post

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