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    • 86th Street SBS Could Be Running By the Middle of Next Year (NY1)
    • The News Approves of Council's Transit Benefit Bill, Urges de Blasio to Sign It
    • QueensWay Plan Would Cost $120 Million to Construct (NewsAMNYWCBS)
    • Park Would Boost Real Estate Values, But Don't Expect High Line-Style Redevelopment (TRD)
    • Retired NYPD Officer Gets Up to 4 Years in Prison for Levittown Hit-and-Run (Newsday, WCBS)
    • As Business Dwindles, Illegal Cabs Complain About Apps, Boro Taxis, TLC Enforcement (Uptowner)
    • City Investigating Former TLC Official for Conflict of Interest After Jump to Uber (Post)
    • Construction on Myrtle Avenue Plaza in Clinton Hill Starts This Week (Brownstoner)
    • WalkNYC Wayfinding Signs Installed in Melrose and Mott Haven (Welcome2TheBronx)
    • Mark Your Calendars: Rally for Verrazano Bridge Bike-Ped Path Set for Saturday (Advance)
    • A Story of Kindness in the Wake of a Bike Crash (NYT)

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