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8:30 AM EST on February 6, 2014

    • Election Year for Andrew Cuomo! Gov Takes From the MTA and Gives to Staten Island Drivers (News)
    • Manhattan Community Board 10 Remains the Biggest Barrier to Safe Streets in Harlem (Columbia Spec)
    • Meet the State Senators Who Want to Chair the Transportation Committee (Capital)
    • More Coverage of the City's Most Dangerous Streets for Walking (NewsCapital, Gothamist)
    • Eric Adams Wants New People to Get Involved in Brooklyn Community Boards (News)
    • Red Hook Residents: BQE Service Road a Death Trap for Pedestrians (DNA)
    • Dromm Asks for Safety Fixes at Roosevelt/Broadway/74th, Where Woman Was Killed By Bus (DNA)
    • LIRR Union Sets the Stage for Potential March Strike (PostNews)
    • Albany Raids the State's Road Repair Fund Too (Lohud)
    • NYC Eagerly Awaits Plaza Hotel Lawsuits Against Car Alarms, Horn Honkers, and Truck Engines (Post)
    • Keep Your Feet Dry and Try Not to Slip Into the Slush, New York (Gothamist, Post)

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