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    • Advocates, MTA Board Members Call for $40M Surplus to Go Toward Service Restoration (Advance)
    • MAS's Cipolla and RPA's Yaro: Time to Move MSG and Improve Penn (News)
    • Vacca Can Barely Believe Month-Old "Bonkers" Bike Count Data (Post)
    • Taxi Driver Goes to Trial for Attempted Murder After Driving Over Customers (Post)
    • One Year After NYPD Fatally Struck Tamon Robinson, Grand Jury Still Hasn't Convened (News)
    • The Post and an Anonymous NYPD Source Set Out to Embarrass Sadik-Khan
    • DOT Tells Sen. Peralta It Would Install Speed Cam at Rego Park Intersection (Times Ledger)
    • Prendergast Names Carmen Bianco Acting President of NYC Transit (NY1, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Staten Island Neighborhood Wants Stop Sign to Calm Traffic (Advance)
    • Residents Wait on Council Member Eugene for Coney Island Ave. Traffic Calming (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • MTA Reduces Off-Peak Rockaway Shuttle Bus Service, Increases Rush Hour Frequency (Gothamist)

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