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    • With Work Slowly Moving Ahead at Amtrak's Moynihan Station, Schumer Calls for More Funds (NYT)
    • Teachout: Then-Candidate Cuomo Did Nothing to Stop Christie From Cancelling ARC Tunnel (News)
    • News Backs Christie on ARC "Monstrosity," Says Teachout "Has No Idea What She’s Talking About"
    • $4.9 Million Expansion in Bus Service Takes Effect in Five Boros Sunday (NewsDNA)
    • Driver Critically Injures Cyclist on Ocean Pkwy -- Bklyn Daily Has Info on Helmet But Not Driver
    • TLC Releases Safety Honor Roll; Top Cabbie's Own Son Was Hit by Driver Two Years Ago (WSJ, News)
    • Squadron and Riders Alliance Push MTA to Keep Free "Walking Transfer" From G to J/M (News)
    • Who Needs Regulation of the Taxi (App) Industry When This Is How Startups Behave? (Verge)
    • Combining Transportation and Housing Costs Is Good, But Not the Whole Story (CNU)
    • Cops In Bike Lanes: Glaring Hypocrisy Edition (Village Voice, NY1)
    • NYC Press Corps Doggedly Follows Up on Injuries Caused by Parks Dept. Driver (DNA, News)

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