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    • Prendergast to Albany: MTA Needs "New, Sustainable Funding"; SAS Phase 2 in Capital Plan (2AS, NYT)
    • Fire Delays L Train Service (DNA); SI Railway Train Derails for Second Time Since May (Advance)
    • Meanwhile, Public Still Doesn't Know Tappan Zee Price Tag or Who Will Foot the Bill (MTR)
    • Regional Plan Association President Bob Yaro Is Retiring (RPA)
    • City Settles Suit With Tamon Robinson's Family, But Cops Who Hit Him With Cruiser Not Charged (News)
    • Teenager Who Killed Ariel Russo Jailed After Allegedly Looting Dead Woman's Apartment (Gothamist)
    • City Apps Competition Finalist to Warn Users of "Sketchy" Neighborhoods (Crain's, Gothamist)
    • NYPD and MTA Say Neither Has Authority to "Close" Verrazano-Narrows Bridge for Protest March (NYT)
    • Motorist Drives Through Queens Salon (News); Angry AAA Tow Truck Driver Nearly Hits Customer (DNA)
    • Oh Look, a Daily News Story Blaming People for Being Run Over (Daily News)

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