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    • Cuomo Should Slash MTA Construction Costs, Not the MTA's Project List (YIMBYPost)
    • Metro-North Rail-Traffic Control Team Was Overworked During Spate of Crashes (News, Post)
    • NYT: Eliminating Traffic Deaths "Should Not Be Impossible"
    • Chuck Schumer: I Never Opposed PPW Bike Lane, But for Peace in the House, I Stayed Quiet (News)
    • If You Got the Cars Out of Central Park, Then What? (WNYC)
    • What It's Like to Get Around NYC in a Wheelchair (AMNY)
    • Coca-Cola Truck Driver Critically Injures 86-Year-Old Man Who Had the Right of Way (News)
    • Sociopaths Use Parking Lot in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park as Personal Racetrack (DNA)
    • Next City Profiles the Excellent Work of NYC's Own StreetsPAC
    • Staten Island Electeds Get the Traffic Mitigation Tech They Deserve (Advance)
    • NYC in 2050 Will Be as Muggy as Alabama, But at Least We'll Still Have All This Free Parking (WNYC)

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