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8:51 AM EDT on April 17, 2014

    • MTA and TWU Reportedly Close to Contract Deal (NYT)
    • NYC Burbs Contend With Shift to City Living (NYT)
    • Vishaan Chakrabarti: Subsidies for Suburbia Are Holding America Back (NYT)
    • Tish James Says de Blasio Should Do "Whatever It Takes" to Keep Citi Bike Going (WNYC)
    • Bratton Directs Commands to Warn, Rather Than Ticket, When Jaywalking Poses No Safety Risk (News)
    • EDC: Bike Commuting Up Sharply From '06 to '12 as Cab Commuting Dropped (Post)
    • Six Children Hospitalized When SUV Driver Collides With School Bus in East Flatbush (News, News 12)
    • MTA Awards East Side Access Contracts (DNA), Releases Construction Video
    • Judge Rules TLC Can't Deduct From Fares for Cab Driver Health Care Fund (WNYC)
    • Michael Powell: With Its Low Gas Tax, Christie's New Jersey Is a "Transportation Pauper" (NYT)
    • Most Outlandish Aspect of This Story: Women Actually Recruited Mom to Car Sit to Keep Free Parking

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