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    • Lhota and MTA Board Mull Possible Service Restoration, Keep Quiet on Details (NYT, Kabak)
    • Court Won't Consider Ratner Appeal Over Atlantic Yards Environmental Impact Study (Crain's)
    • Anonymous Officials to Transportation Nation: Hunts Point Market Threat Doomed Sheridan Teardown
    • Liu's Bike-Share Treatise Makes International News, But Probably Not How He Imagined (Guardian)
    • Lhota Says Rising Sea Levels to Blame for Cracks at South Ferry Station (Transpo Nation)
    • Pedestrian Struck by Driver in Briarwood, Injuries Unknown (DNA)
    • Chris Christie Raids NJ Transportation Fund to Patch His Budget Hole (NYT)
    • Ft. Lee Police, Inventors of "Careless Walking," Ticket GWB Cyclists for Attempting Safe Turn (NYCC)
    • Eyes on the Street: New Markings for Brooklyn Bridge Promenade (Transpo Nation)
    • Do Daily News Headline Writers Read Daily News Stories?

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