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    • Citizens Budget Commission: MTA Should Prioritize Upkeep Over Expansion (NYT, SAS)
    • City Council Committee Passes Ambitious Plan to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions (CapNY)
    • Amtrak Chair Says Sunnyside Yards Development May Be on the Table Next Year (CapNY)
    • Council Members Give Thumbs Down to Auto-Dependent Astoria Cove Plan (Times Ledger)
    • It's a Start, But It Will Take More Than Stickers to Make Private Trash Haulers Safe (Crain's)
    • Community Board 2 and Public School Parents Urge DOT to Fix Seventh Avenue (Villager)
    • Chuck Schumer and James Oddo Lobby Port Authority to Sponsor West Shore Light Rail (Advance)
    • RPA and MAS Call for Moving Madison Square Garden for Penn Station Overhaul (Crain's)
    • Fleet Owners' Suit Against the "Taxi of Tomorrow" Lives On (Post)
    • Unlicensed DWI Offender Hits Senior, Tries to Flee; DA Brown: No Charges for Striking Victim (News)
    • Nicole Gelinas: Subway Savior William Ronan Has a Message for Andrew Cuomo (City Journal)

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