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    • NY Mag: "Andrew Cuomo Very Excited About His New MTA Chief, Whatshisface"
    • DOT Touts Projected $36 Million Economic Boost, 170 New Jobs From Citi Bike (Crain's)
    • West Village Bike-Share Rack Trimmed by Four Docks (WNYC); News: "City Is Starting to Backpedal"
    • JSK: "I Would Like to See Penn Station Fixed" and "a Fully Funded MTA Capital Program" (Crain's)
    • GOP Forum: Lhota Pins Toll Hikes on Budget Raids (News 1, 2); All Candidates Pro-Bike Lane (Post)
    • Driver Hits Elderly Woman in 4th Avenue Crosswalk in Bay Ridge; Victim Likely to Die (Bklyn Daily)
    • MTR: With Trans-Hudson Rail Improvements Years Away, P.A. Needs Bus Capacity Increases Soon
    • Tonight: MTA Hearing on Bus Service Changes Between Woodside, Jackson Heights and LGA (DNA)
    • AMNY: MTA Should Put Unexpected $40 Million Into Subway Service Restoration and Expansion
    • Gothamist Takes Up Cause of Manhattanites Who Don't See No Parking Notices, Have to Pay Tickets
    • Uber Launches NYC's First E-Hail Taxi App (NYT)
    • Adventures in Street Courtesy From Improv Everywhere (Gothamist) and NYC DOT (NYT)

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