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    • Bujar Hasimja, 72, Killed Crossing S.I. Street; Wife Injured; "No Criminality" (GothamistPostAdvance)
    • Woman, 23, in Critical Condition After Being Hit by MTA Bus Driver in Bushwick (Gothamist)
    • Fix Needed for Grand Central Passageway Crunch (WSJ); MTA May Close Crowded Entrances (Post)
    • Woman Gets $270 Ticket for "Idaho Stop" in East Village (Gothamist)
    • Rockland County Exec Wants Cuomo to Boost TZB Buses with Ramp to Tarrytown Metro-North (LoHud)
    • Barclays Center Events Cause LIRR Ridership Boost to Atlantic Terminal (NY1)
    • NJ Turnpike Borrows $1.4 Billion for Widening (TSTC); Cap'n Transit Notes Impact on NEC
    • For One Family, School Bus Strike Means 8 Buses, 4 Trains, and Barely Holding a Job (GothamSchools)
    • NY State DOT Installs Pedestrian Safety Improvements on L.I.'s Hempstead Turnpike (TSTC)
    • For the Post, Hogging Parking Spaces Is One of Life's Great Crimes
    • Four Vintage Videos About Train Travel to Grand Central Terminal (Gothamist)

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