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    • What Got County Executives to Support Cuomo's TZB (LoHud)
    • Residents and Mayors Remain Skeptical of TZB Transit Promises and Funding (LoHud)
    • Woman Struck By Garbage Truck on Allen Street Dies Two Days Later; No AIS Investigation (Gothamist)
    • Upstate and NY Suburbs Losing Young Population; State's Median Age Rises (WNYC)
    • Thruway Truck Toll Hike Panned By DiNapoli and Business Groups (Bloomberg, Capital Tonight)
    • Cuomo Expected to Sign Curbside Bus Restrictions, Requiring CB Input and MTA Approval (TransNat)
    • Sunset Park's Fourth Avenue Road Diet to Begin Implementation on Monday (DNAinfo)
    • Planning Commission to Sign Off on Rezoning of Trinity Church's Huge Manhattan Tract (Observer)
    • Mind the Gap: Wheelchair-Using Straphanger Fights MTA Over Accessibility (Brooklyn Daily)
    • Atlantic Yards Neighbors Call NYPD on Sidewalk Parkers and Get Fast Response (AY Report)

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