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    • Which Mayoral Candidate Has the Best Stance on Bike Lanes? (NYT)
    • Cuomo on TZB: "We Still Believe We’re Going to Qualify for a Federal Loan" (LoHud)
    • Ella Kottick Bandes, 23, Taken Off Life Support After Being Hit By MTA Bus in Bushwick (Gothamist)
    • More Coverage of SUV Driver Injuring 89 Year-Old Man on 5th Avenue (WSJDNANY1NewsPost)
    • 14 Injured, Including 11 Children, in Bushwick School Bus Crash (DNA)
    • Nassau County Bus Ridership Hits 14-Year Low as Riders Face Fare Hike (MTR 12)
    • MTA Could Reopen Old South Ferry Station Within Months (WSJTransNatNYTPostSASNY1)
    • Midtown East: "Transit Cannot Be an Afterthought in a Comprehensive Rezoning" (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Officer Gets Four Days in Jail for Lying About Man Trying to Run Him Over With Car (Sheepshead Bites)

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