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    • Ray LaHood Won't Reveal Many Details About Reinvention Commission's Work (CapNY)
    • Equinox CEO Confirms REQX Ventures in "Advanced Negotiations" to Buy Alta (WNYC)
    • Lanza and Malliotakis at It Again, Pushing to Ruin Bus Lanes (Advance)
    • DNA Maps 52 Ped Injuries Over Two Years on Deadly West End Avenue; Safety Plan Coming Soon
    • After Advocacy From Residents and Electeds, DOT Will Add Crosswalks to LIC Intersection (LIC Post)
    • With PlaNYC Update Due Soon, Enviro Advocates Push de Blasio to Commit to Green Agenda (CapNY)
    • MTA Budget Includes Funds to Operate Two New SBS Routes Next Year (AMNY, DNA)
    • Budget Also Includes Planned VNB Toll Hike, But It Doesn't Have to Be This Way (Advance)
    • C Train Riders Will Wait Up to 11 Extra Months for Replacements of NYC's Oldest Train Cars (News)
    • After Brass Taunted Safety Advocates With Tweets, NYPD Holds Social Media Training (CapNY)
    • Meanwhile, in New Jersey... (APP)

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