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    • In Westchester, Calls for Mass Transit Dominate Tappan Zee Public Hearing (LoHud)
    • Flushing Traffic Improvements Reduced Injuries 30 Percent, Unclogged Congestion (Times-Ledger)
    • Six Injured, Including Elderly Pedestrian, as Driver Plows Into Queens Grocery (Times-Ledger)
    • You Can't Correct the Lies Coming Out About Tappan Zee Fast Enough (TSTC, LoHud)
    • Midwood Plaza Opponent: "If People Want to Walk, They Should Go to the Park" (Bklyn Daily)
    • NYT Celebrates Destruction of Verrazano Tollbooths, Preservation of Truck Tsunami
    • Pat Foye Defends Governors' Theft of Dedicated Transit Funds (Capital)
    • Rockland Weighs Value of Remaining in MTA, Based on New Study (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Richmond Hill Merchants Want Density, Woodhaven Residents Want Single-Families (News)
    • Feds Bust Decade-Long Scheme to Cheat Commercial Drivers License Test (NYT)
    • Will G Train Extension Continue Even After Construction Ends? (Bklyn Paper)

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