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9:18 AM EDT on April 29, 2014

    • Assembly Votes to Increase NYC Speed Cams to 140; Next Up -- State Senate (CapNY, WNYC)
    • Schumer Steps In to the Port Authority Reform Debate (NYT, PostNewsCapNY2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Cuomo Announces $20 Million to Implement Pieces of Tappan Zee Bridge Transit (LoHud)
    • Inside the Culture of Drinking and Driving at NYPD (News)
    • MTA Board Committees Advance Contract for Mobile Ticketing on MNR, LIRR (NewsPost)
    • Metro-North Overhauls Schedules to Reflect Changes in Train Speeds (WSJ)
    • Kallos Wants “Green Barriers” to Shield East River Greenway Users From FDR Drive Traffic (Curbed)
    • Kallos Constituents Vote for Bus Countdown Clocks in Participatory Budgeting (DNA)
    • Harsh Winter Pushed 125th Street SBS Launch From April to May (DNA)
    • R Train Tunnel Sandy Work Ahead of Schedule (NY1); South Ferry to Reopen in 2016 (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Which Parts of the Subway System Have Room for New Riders? (Cap'n Transit)

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