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    • Yankees Parking Garage Could Be Torn Down for MLS Stadium Once Proposed for Queens (WSJ, NYT)
    • After Crash, Neighbors Say Mill Basin School Zone Has Too Many Speeding Drivers (Bklyn Daily)
    • MTA Bus Driver Kills Lyubov Angert, 82, Trying to Cross Street in East New York (News, Post, NY1)
    • Q Poll: Stringer Closes Gap with Spitzer; Comptroller's Race Now Dead Heat (News, Crain's, DNA)
    • AMNY Talks Transit With Mayoral Candidates
    • DOT Caves to SI Pols on Enforcing Bus Lane; Turns Off One Camera, Reviewing Others (Advance)
    • Upstate Editorial Boards Push Cuomo to Sign Transit Lockbox Bill (Buffalo News, Press-Republican)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas: This Transit Fantasy Map Is Better Than Quinn's Triboro RX Bus
    • Thompson Campaign Takes Its Transportation Platform to Heart (News)
    • NY Mag: "Is It Worth Shutting Down Two Train Lines to Save a Couple of Kittens?"
    • A Subway Worker on the Job Since 1948 Retires at Age 91 (NYT)

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