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    • Without Funding Fix, MTA Capital Program Is Debt Bomb for Riders (NYT, WSJCrain's, MTR)
    • MTA Wants de Blasio to Pitch In More Cash (Capital)
    • SI Board Member Votes Against Budget; Wants New Transit Lines, Not Just New Rail Cars (Advance)
    • Bicyclist Seriously Injured on Allen Street (Lo-Down)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Lieutenant Arrested for Drunk Driving on Staten Island (Advance)
    • Another Staten Island Driver Arrested for DWI After Smashing Into Parked Cars (Advance)
    • People Who Drove in Bus Lane Aren't Satisfied With City's Attempt to Clear Their Tickets (Bklyn Daily)
    • Parks Department Has Yet to Fix Hole in Forest Park Sidewalk (News)
    • Highlights From Talk at NYU About Potential for Tech to Improve Transportation and Safety (Capital)
    • Right of Way Installs "20 Is Plenty" Signs In Central Park (NewsGothamist); Animal NY Not Impressed
    • The Awl and The Week Take on the Latest Bikelash

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