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    • TSTC: Cuomo Takes Credit for Happy Accidents in MTA Budget, Silent on Structural Problems
    • Prendergast Supportive of Bike-Share, BRT; Opposes 7 Train Extension, Mayoral Control (WNYC)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas: Midtown East Rezoning a Missed Opportunity for Transit Expansion
    • MTA Set to Purchase 300 Replacement Buses (News)
    • Brooklyn DA Race Narrows to Hynes vs. Thompson as Abe George Drops Out (NYT, Bklyn Paper)
    • Comptroller's Race Tightens (NYT)
    • Surprise! CB 10 Member Opposes Farmers Market Street Closure in Harlem (News)
    • Cuomo to Sign Bill Closing Loophole That Allowed Drunk Drivers to Avoid Ignition Interlocks (News)
    • Citi Bike Partners With Bike and Roll to Offer Helmet Rentals (Post, Crain's, Gothamist)
    • Bike Snob: Half Marvel and Half Curse, Citi Bike Now Part of NYC's Transit Infrastructure
    • A Look at the Busiest Rail Junction in America (Brownstoner Queens)

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