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    • Cuomo Administration Defends TZB Toll Projections, But Cuomo Says They're Too High (TransNat, AP)
    • Gelinas: If Tappan Zee Construction Numbers Don't Add Up, Gov Can Always Kick the Debt Can (Post)
    • Is Transportation Alternatives the Most Powerful Force in New York City Government? (NYT)
    • Brooklyn Cyclist Gets Four Tickets in Single Stop (Gothamist); Daily News Doubles Down on Bike Hate
    • Luis Ruiz, 81, Fatally Struck by Two Drivers in Canarsie; One Flees the Scene (DNA)
    • Cops Hit Dirt Bike With Cruiser in Hunts Point, Killing 1; NYPD: There Was No Chase (DNA, Post, NY1)
    • Cab Drivers Observing Ramadan Work 12-Hour Shifts Without Food or Drink (TransNat)
    • Cap'n Transit Looks Back at the Shifting Widths of Manhattan's Sidewalks
    • All of London's New Nissan Cabs Will Be Wheelchair-Accessible (Capital)
    • The Onion Should Hire These Staten Island Motorists for Its American Voices Column (Advance)

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