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    • House GOP: To Match Gas Tax, New York and Other Cities Need Transit "User Fee" (TransNat, Crain's)
    • Even If Bill Has No Chance, Advocates Say Anti-Transit Extremism Will Come at a Cost (Capital NY)
    • Judge Rejects Suit by AAA to Stop Port Authority Toll Increases (Bloomberg)
    • John Liu Auditing City Spending From Fund Designated for Bronx Parks (News)
    • Manhattan CB 4 Points to Weight Violation to Reduce Megabus Sidewalk Congestion (DNA)
    • Environmental Defense Fund: TEAs Issue Average of One Idling Ticket Per Year (CNN)
    • DiNapoli Approves Transit Cop Radio Deal With Company Fined by Feds for Bribery (Post)
    • Kabak: Cuts in Payroll Tax Should Be Matched by Reductions in Suburban Rail Service
    • Bronx ADA Suspected of Having Multiple DWIs Dismissed Was Fired in January (Post)
    • East Harlem Pedestrian Struck, Hospitalized; "The Minivan Remained at the Scene" (DNA)

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