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    • Repairing Sandy Damage to Amtrak Tunnels to Cause Massive Commuter Headache (NYT, Capital)
    • Jersey City Ditches Hoboken-Weehawken Bike-Share, Looks to Join Citi Bike Expansion (
    • More Coverage of 25 MPH Bill at City Council (WNYC, Capital, PIX)
    • Residents Complain About Trucks on Grand Avenue in Maspeth (Queens Courier)
    • 7 Line Extension Set for February Opening (News)
    • Port Authority Plans to Start Building PATH to Newark Airport in 2018 (
    • 78th Precinct Doubles Down on Enforcing Stop Lights on Prospect Park Loop (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • In Lots of Cities, Space for Bike Storage a Hot New Real Estate Amenity (WSJ)
    • Wyandanch Breaks Ground on Transit-Oriented Development (NYT)
    • New Street Seats Pop Up in Downtown Brooklyn (Curbed)
    • Live in Williamsburg or Greenpoint? Fill Out This Transportation Survey (DNA)

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