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8:52 AM EST on January 12, 2015

    • Bratton: NYPD Slowdown Has Run Its Course (News)
    • Albany Rumor Mill: Federal Investigation Weakening Shelly's Hold on Assembly, Sort of (Post)
    • Cuomo Announces Management Shakeup, Including Key Transpo Slots (CapNY)
    • Can Bruno Rodi Make Bixi's Bike-Share Product Competitive Again? (NYT)
    • Post Scares Up Some Pageviews From One Month of Citi Bike Revenue Numbers
    • Church Van Driver Critically Injures Man on Ocean Avenue (Post)
    • The Conservative Case for Quintupling the Gas Tax (News)
    • 168th Street Station Elevators Can't Handle Peak Subway Crowds (DNA)
    • Second Ave Sagas: Why Not Make the Subway More Accessible By Opening Shuttered Entrances?
    • Take a Ride in the MTA's High-Tech Track Scanning Train (NY1)

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