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    • More Coverage of Yesterday's Slow Speed Zone Announcement (NYT, Post, NY1)
    • CB10 Wants to Keep Dangerous, Highway-Style Lanes on ACP Blvd (DNAinfo)
    • Thirteen Curb Extensions Coming to Protect Upper West Side Schools (DNAinfo)
    • How Did NYC's Speed Limit Become 30 MPH? And Why Is Subway Construction So Costly? (NYT)
    • What Amtrak's Vision for Northeast Corridor HSR Means For New York (Capital)
    • The Post Found a Building Manager to Attack Vanderbilt Ave Plaza
    • Drunk, Unlicensed Driver Kills Electrical Worker Frank Avino on Grand Central Parkway (Post)
    • Cuomo Claims Adding Tappan Zee Transit Would Double Bridge Tolls (Transpo Nation)
    • News: Nan Hayworth Refused to Fight For Transit Tax Credit in Transpo Bill
    • Doesn't the Post Usually Like It When There's More Parking? Not On Hicks Street
    • Calatrava PATH Station Starts to Take Shape at World Trade Center (NYT)
    • Summer Play Street Season Starts at 50 Locations Citywide (News)
    • Liu: Cemusa Leaving Hundreds of Bus Shelters Under-Maintained (Post)

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