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    • City Council Passes Reforms to Curb Speaker's Power (WSJ)
    • Two-Thirds of Train Operators Say They Rarely Get Enough Sleep (WNYC)
    • More Service Coming for the L and M Trains (WNYC, NewsDNA)
    • Andrew Cuomo Must Be Over the Moon About Obama's Tappan Zee Presser (NYTNews, NY1)
    • 42 Percent of New Yorkers Think State's Transpo Infrastructure Is in Poor Shape (C&S)
    • Dan Doctoroff Still Dreaming of a Big Olympics Boondoggle for NYC (Crains 1, 2)
    • Shocker: Real Estate Bigs Want Route to LaGuardia to Be City's Top BRT Priority (News)
    • Final Domino Plan Clears City Council (Bklyn Paper)
    • PS 41 Principal and Parents Call for Slow Zone on Sixth Avenue in the Village (DNA)
    • Safer Pedestrian Crossings at 72nd and Riverside -- Revolting! (DNA)
    • De Blasio and Trottenberg Are Takin' Care of the Basics (WSJ)

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