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    • Frustrated with DOT's Slow Zone Rejections, Fort Greene Residents Post 20 MPH Signs (DNA)
    • New Yorkers Spend $2 Billion a Year on Parking, and Apps Want a Piece of the Action (Crain's)
    • Michael Horodniceanu Talks MTA Capital Program at the Transit Museum (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • First Platform of New WTC Path Station Opens to Public (WSJ)
    • Second Avenue Subway Already Resulting in UES Real Estate Boom (Crain's via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Fair Toll Opponent Tony Avella Joins Breakaway "Independent" Democrats in State Senate (News)
    • Greg Mocker Looks at SBS Expansion, Including 125th Street, Which Is Next on Tap (WPIX)
    • School Bus Gets Stuck in Washington Heights Sinkhole (News, DNA)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas: There's Little Political Support to Address Regional Rail Capacity Limits
    • Six-Story Apartment Building to Replace Parking Lot in Williamsburg (Brownstoner)

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