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8:59 AM EDT on April 25, 2012

    • NYPD Detective Turns Self in Nine Days After Queens Hit-And-Run Crash (Post)
    • Rather Than Build Support for Congestion Pricing, Cuomo Says There Is None (Transpo Nation)
    • Unlike 27 Percent Of His Constituents, NY Governor Hasn't Ridden Transit (Capital)
    • Cuomo Insider to Take Top Political Job at MTA (Transpo Nation)
    • Why Are Construction Costs So High? Here's One Reason (NYT)
    • DOT to Propose Curb Extensions, Left Turn Lanes, Bike Parking on UWS (DNAinfo)
    • Queens Drivers Box In Fleeing Motorist Who Left Pedestrian Badly Wounded (News)
    • East River Ferry Still Beating Ridership Projections, Still Needs Big Subsidy (WSJ)
    • Atlantic Yards Area Needs Wider Sidewalks, Suggests New Report (News)
    • Newsday Praises MTA For Restoring LIRR Service Cuts, Improving On-Time Service

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