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    • TZB Construction to Start Within Months, With Old Span Removed by 2018 (NewsdayWCBS)
    • Buffalo News: Tappan Zee "Cannot Be Allowed to Suck Up Dollars Allocated to This Area"
    • Does Ray Kelly's Fact-Filled Weekly Briefing Book Include Data on Traffic Violence? (NYT)
    • Driver Pleads Guilty to Hit-and-Run Death of S.I. Pedestrian Clara Almazo, Faces Up to 3 Years (NY1)
    • Owner of Trucking Company Whose Driver Ran Over Jessica Dworkin: Not Our Fault (Post)
    • More From Council Transpo Committee Hearing on Subway Deaths (CapNY, Gothamist)
    • TWU Uses Platform Deaths as Distraction (Post); What's Behind the Scare Campaign? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Industry Lawsuit Seeks to Derail Taxi of Tomorrow Rollout (NYT)
    • Storm Strands Drivers, With 27 Miles of LIE Closed for Snow Removal (AP, Post, News)
    • Cuomo: "When You Close the Roads, What You’re Saying Is People Can’t Get Home" (NYT)
    • Democratic Mayoral Candidate Sal Albanese Wants City Control of Subway (Bklyn Daily)

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