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    • Cuomo Goes to Washington for Aid Appeal (NYTCapNY)
    • New Yorkers Give High Marks to MTA, Acknowledge Climate Change in Siena Poll (NYT)
    • MTA Considering LaGuardia Express Buses From Downtown Brooklyn and Other Sites (CapNY, SAS)
    • J and Z Trains Are Running to Broad Street This Morning (SAS)
    • Citing Baseless AAA Report, Lawsuit Seeks to "Shut Down" Red Light Cameras (Post)
    • Lander: School Rezonings Put Kids at Risk From Fourth Avenue Traffic (Bklyn Spoke)
    • TA Scavengers to Document Harrowing Conditions on Deadly Queens Boulevard (DNA)
    • Five Children Injured When Driver Rear-Ends School Bus in Morrisania (DNA)
    • New Jersey Prosecutors Use "Black Box" Data to Help Convict DWI Killer (Broadsheet)
    • Developers Will Break Ground for Hudson Yards Complex Today (News)
    • Southern Bronx River Watershed Alliance to Host Sheridan Town Hall on Wednesday (MTR)
    • NYT: Bloomberg Asked Hillary Clinton to Run for Mayor; CapNY: Quinn Declares Her Independence

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