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8:58 AM EDT on April 22, 2014

    • Port's Oversight Committee Hears Testimony Urging Big Structural Reforms (NYT, CapNY, News, NY1)
    • TWU Deal Includes $6 Million Transfer From MTA to Union Fund (WSJ)
    • Bklyn Paper Maps Moving Violations by Precinct, But TA Notes "It's About Quality, Not Quantity"
    • Post Covers NYPD Refusal to Release Crash Victims' Seized Bicycles From Sandy-Damaged Building
    • Two Seriously Injured After Sanitation Truck Rear-Ends Delivery Truck on 9th Avenue (DNA)
    • Ruben Diaz, Jr. Presses DOT for a More Low-Slung City Island Bridge Design (CapNY)
    • Bronx CB 11 Wants DOT to Replace Worn Street Signs (BxTimes)
    • Gelinas: Citi Bike Offers Some Needed Competition to MTA for Short Trips (City Journal)
    • Brooklyn Streetcar: Boon to Condo Builders, Not Transit Deserts (2nd Ave Sagas, Next City)
    • New Yorker Cover Artist and Manhattan Driver Bruce McCall Really Annoyed by Things in His Way

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