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    • Governor of NY Andrew Cuomo on Imminent Closure of Hudson Train Tunnels: "Uh ..." (CapNYNYT)
    • MTA Bus Driver Fatally Strikes Pedestrian in Mott Haven as Victim Crossed in Crosswalk (News)
    • SUV-Sized Electric Cars Proposed for Central Park Are Capable of Exceeding 25 MPH (NY Mag)
    • Tri-State Outlines Metro-North Capital Plan Projects, Including Penn Station Access
    • NYT Frames Subway Construction as Tidy Narrative; DiNapoli: 90% of Extant Stations Broken (AMNY)
    • Ben Kallos Releases Report Calling for Upper East Side Safety and Transpo Improvements (News)
    • Drivers Just Not Part of the Equation as CBS 2 Solemnly Blames Children for Their Own Deaths
    • Critical Mass Assault Featured in Internal NYPD Video Aimed at Rooting Out "Bad Officers" (NYT)
    • Willy-B Bike-Ped Path Repairs Almost Done (Boogie); Advance: VNB Path a Cute Idea, But Seriously
    • NJ Lieutenant Gov Hospitalized After Bike Crash; Official Account: "Swerved to Avoid Vehicle" (Record)
    • No. Just ... No. (WNBC)

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