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    • Driver Kills Richard Griffin, 85, at York Avenue and 69th Street; "No Criminality" (Advance, Post)
    • Meet the Man Who Owns Grand Central Terminal (NYT)
    • L Train Ridership Growth Doesn't Match Traditional Rush-Hour Pattern (NYU Rudin Center)
    • Cuomo Budget Could Mean Better Bus Service on Long Island (MTR)
    • MTA Board Member Urges Reactivation of Old South Ferry Station (Advance)
    • MTA Adjusts Its MetroCard Replacement Plan (NYTCapNY)
    • Pollsters Float Anthony Weiner for Mayor or Comptroller (News, Post)
    • East Harlem Rezoning Would Encourage Commercial Development Beneath Metro-North Corridor (DNA)
    • Catsimatidis Kicks Off Mayoral Campaign With Bizarre Bike Lane Jab (NYT, News)
    • PATH Restores Service Between Hoboken and WTC (TransNat)
    • QueensWay Comes Under Fire from NIMBYs (Gothamist)

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