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    • More Pedestrians Killed on Hempstead Turnpike Than Any Other Road in the Region (MTR)
    • Daily News to Albany: No More MTA Service Cuts; Curb Pension Costs (1, 2)
    • Shocker: The Post Firmly in the "Drill, Baby, Drill" Camp
    • So Many People Want to Weigh in on Tappan Zee, U.S. DOT Extends Comment Period (Transpo Nation)
    • More Scenes of Community-Based Bike Planning From Western Queens (News)
    • Parks Dept Still Hasn't Fixed the Washed Out Mess at the Plumb Beach Bike Path (Sheepshead Bites)
    • Under Pat Foye, Is the Port Authority Planning to Keep the Container Port in Red Hook? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Looks Like the MTA's "Fastrack" Maintenance Approach Is the New Normal (NY1)
    • Double-Parked Driver Drags Cop in Attempt to Flee (Post)
    • Streetsblog Publisher Mark Gorton Takes on Universal's Lorax Impostor (MNN)
    • NBBLs of the Future Will Get Bots to Do Their Commenting Dirty Work (Harvard Law)

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