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    • What to Expect From Noted Car Enthusiast Andrew Cuomo in His State-of-the-State Address (T-U)
    • Tappan Zee Bridge Transit Task Force Is Starting From Scratch (Journal News)
    • Western Queens Leaders Feel Left Behind By MTA's New Waterfront Bus Route (DNA)
    • Grand Jury Won't Apply Attempted Murder Charge to Man Who Dragged Cops With SUV (Post)
    • MTR Looks Back on the Year in Transpo Policy for New York State
    • Cy Vance Perfectly Capable of Advocating for Albany Agenda, When It Comes to Guns (T-U)
    • NYT Mag Illustrator Lumps Congestion Pricing in With a "Singing in the Shower" Tax
    • Ben Kabak: Restore the Rockaway Beach Branch Rail Line, Don't Turn It to a Park
    • DNA Has a Fundraising Update on the Dyer Avenue Park Plan for Hell's Kitchen
    • Cuomo Ignoring TZB Transit, Focusing Intensely on Buying His Daughter an SUV (Daily Freeman)

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