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    • MTA Still Fine-Tuning 2015 Fare Hike Proposals (NYT)
    • Daily News Comes Out for Rail on the Rockaway Beach Branch Instead of the QueensWay
    • Cap'n Transit Runs Some Rail vs. Trail Ridership Numbers
    • Another Option for RBBL: Upzone Southeast Queens Before Doing Anything (YIMBY)
    • Pickup Truck Driver Kills 15-Year-Old Girl on Bayview Ave in Staten Island (Gothamist)
    • Gelinas to DAs: Build Off the Afroduck Case and Prosecute Drivers Who Kill (Post)
    • Off-Peak Subway Ridership Continues to Boom (Post)
    • Escalators at Brand New $1.4B Fulton Transit Center Already on the Fritz (News, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Do Midtown Street Vendors Take Up Too Much Sidewalk Space? (Crain's)
    • State Report Blames 2013 Metro-North Outage on Agencies' Poor Preparation (CapNY)
    • Verrazano Bridge Turns 50 (WNYC) -- It's About Time for a Walking and Biking Path

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