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    • Astorino Wants 12-Mile, Lower-Cost BRT Corridor And a Hard Commitment From State (WNYC)
    • First MTA Service Restoration Revealed: Lower Manhattan's M9 (News)
    • Red Hook Riders, Transit Workers Hope B77 Is on the List (News)
    • Brooklyn Thrilled About Permanent G Train Extension (DNAinfo)
    • And Gianaris Lobbies to Put W Train, QM22 Back in Service (DNAinfo)
    • De Blasio, Enemy of Borough Taxi Plan, Reaps Yellow Cab Dollars (NYT)
    • Deadly Bronx Driver Sentenced to 10-15 Years in Plea Deal (Post)
    • Garage Attendant Injures Two Driving SUV Down Elevator Shaft (NYT)
    • In a Smart Card Future, MTA and Bike-Share Fares Could Be Integrated (Gotham Gazette)
    • Upper West Side Residents Say Truck Parking Pilot Too Small to Work, Should Be Ended (DNAinfo)
    • NYU Expansion Scaled Back, Wins Crucial Council Vote (NYTWSJ)
    • Duane Reade Will Electrify Quarter of Its Truck Fleet (Transpo Nation)

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