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Today’s Headlines

8:53 AM EDT on April 24, 2014

    • MTA Will Take From Pension and Health Care Funds to Cover TWU Contract (NYT, WSJ)
    • Eric Ulrich Endorses BRT and Street Safety Fixes for Woodhaven and Cross Bay Boulevards (News)
    • PANYNJ Board Member Lipper Says Tolls Shouldn't Subsidize WTC Construction (NYT, CapNY, 2AS)
    • More Coverage of Wednesday's Call for Port Authority Investment in Bus Infra: MTR, WNYC
    • RPA: In 2050, Much of NYC's Transpo Infrastructure Will Be in Floodplains (CapNY)
    • De Blasio and Bratton Reject Council Proposal for More Cops (News)
    • Post: De Blasio Offering Taxi Medallions to Horse Carriage Owners
    • B46 to Get Bus Lane and Priority Signaling on Utica Avenue (DNA)
    • MTA Showcases Bus Safety Training (WABC), Wants Sleep Apnea Testing for MNR Engineers (Post)
    • Second Avenue Subway Ignites Real Estate Boom in Yorkville (DNA)

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