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    • Precinct Commander: Tamon Robinson Killed Himself by Striking NYPD Cruiser (NYT)
    • Cuomo's Tappan Zee Passed Over for Federal Loan (U.S. DOT via Transpo Nation)
    • Traffic Crashes Boost U.S. to Top of Mortality List for Ages 10 to 24 (News)
    • City and MTA in Talks to Bring MetroCards to East River Ferry (DNA)
    • Lisberg on X Line: We Can't Afford to Think About New Subway Service (Capital)
    • Samuelsen Believes MTA Should Move Offices to 370 Jay (WNYC)
    • Staten Island Business People, Vincent Ignizio Harangue Pat Foye on Tolls (NY1)
    • Silverstein Proposes Residential Tower to Pay for Manhattan Port Authority Bus Garage (Crain's)
    • Family of Moshe Englender Says Crossover Mirror Law Isn't Being Enforced (News)
    • Nice: Long-Awaited Inwood Step-Street Rehab to Include Bike Ramps (News)
    • American Lung Association: NYC Air Quality Improving, Except on Staten Island (NY1, Advance)
    • Eric "Get a Life" Ulrich Is Running for State Senate (Post, NY1)

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