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    • Primary Night Winners: Rangel, Velazquez, Meng, Jeffries (NY1)
    • The Times Finally, But Credulously, Covers Tappan Zee's Missing Transit and Financing (NYT)
    • Toby Ann Stavisky Wants Lots of Parking at Flushing Soccer Stadium. What Could Go Wrong? (WSJ)
    • Collision Between Gas Tanker, Delivery Truck and Stopped MTA Bus Injures 31 in Harlem (DNA)
    • Bruce McCall Still Hates All Street Users Who Are Not Him (NYT)
    • N And R Trains Get Experimental Countdown Clock (Capital)
    • City Planning Official Caught Using Fake Placard, Fined $6,500 and Loses Job (NYT)
    • New DOT Safety Ad: Pay Attention, Including to Errant Basketballs (Transpo Nation)
    • Should New York Build True HSR Between NYC and Albany? (Remapping Debate)
    • Private Bus Offers Pricey But Direct Link From Williamsburg to Rockaways (Capital)
    • On-Street Bike Rack Will Preserve Visibility at Cobble Hill Intersection (DNAinfo)
    • Felix Salmon Weighs In on John Liu, Bike-Share Safety, And Helmet Laws (Reuters)

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