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    • Conflicts Between LIRR and Amtrak Drive East Side Access Overruns (WSJ)
    • Amanda Burden Gets the NYT Profile Treatment
    • Hunters Point Residents Turn to DIY Stop Sign in Fight for Traffic Safety (DNAinfo)
    • The Post Finds a Merchant Worried About Bike-Share Drawing Crowds to Her Business
    • Only One NY Cross-Harbor Freight "Car Float" Remains, But Port Authority Hopes to Revive It (WSJ)
    • Downtown School Parents Push For Safety Improvements After Deadly Crash (DNAinfo)
    • Mitchell Moss: Widen Manhattan's Sidewalks and Get Rid of Free Parking (AMNY)
    • Latest Rezoning, in Bed-Stuy, Will Improve Pedestrian Realm But Limit Development (NY1)
    • Op-Ed: Citi Bike's Corporate Branding Smart Fiscal Solution (News)
    • Gelinas: NY Labor Law Means MTA Arbitration Is a Budget-Buster (Post)
    • Greenwich Village Parking Space Selling for $1 Million (Post)
    • Karen Koslowitz: Don't Improve Rockaway Transit Through Our Backyards (Q Chron)
    • CT Rail Commuter Council Wants Park-And-Ride Metro-North, Not TOD (Greenwich Times)

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