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    • Jersey City on Track to Approve Contract for 350-Bike Citi Bike Expansion Next Month (WSJ)
    • Kallos, Dromm to Introduce Bill That Caps Community Board Tenure at 12 Years (Gotham Gazette)
    • City & State Talks to Senate Leaders, Advocates About State's Infrastructure Needs
    • More Coverage of Move NY Poll Results From Capital, WPIX, AMNY
    • New L Train Entrance at Avenue A Wouldn't Be Possible Without Sandy Shutdown (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Traffic Complaints at Flushing Commons Sure to Worsen After Construction Wraps on New Parking (NY1)
    • MTA Releases TripPlanner+ App for iOS (WPIX)
    • Metro-North Hit With Largest-Ever $250,000 Penalty for Retaliating Against Injured Worker (News)
    • Uber Backlash: Legislator Rails Against Surge Pricing; Some Riders Return to Taxis (News 1, 2)
    • New York Water Taxi Expands Service Between Red Hook, Midtown, and DUMBO (NY1, DNA)
    • Even Paris Has Its Faux Populists Arguing for Unfettered Driving in Cities (NYT)

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