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    • State Sen. Bill Perkins Wants DOT to Delay Bus Improvements on 125th Street (DNA)
    • EDC Report: 7 to Secaucus Feasible, But No Cost Estimates (CapNY2nd Ave SagasTransNatNYT)
    • "Trying to Avoid Traffic," Driver Injures Pedestrian on Williamsburg Sidewalk (NY1)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Pedestrian in Flatbush; Arrested Six Blocks Away (News)
    • Driving School Helped Students Cheat on Commercial Truck Driver's Test (News)
    • Mayoral Candidates Can't Stop Talking About Subsidizing Ferry Service (CapNY)
    • De Blasio Wants to Focus on Transportation Infrastructure, Without Saying How (CapNY)
    • G Train Saw 4.2% Ridership Increase in 2012, Topping All Other Lines (DNA)
    • Judge Set to Rule In Favor of Bike New York, Striking $960,000 NYPD Fee (News, NYT)
    • As City Considers MSG Permit Request, Transit Agencies Draft Penn Plan (Crain's, News)
    • Promising Signs for Negotiations to Complete Missing Link in Bronx River Greenway (News)

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