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8:59 AM EST on January 21, 2015

    • Cuomo's $1.3 Billion Promise to Upstate Motorists: Read My Lips, No New Tolls (LoHud, Buffalo News)
    • And a Bauble for NYC: Gov Pulls Shiny New AirTrain From His Hat (NYT, Capital, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Queens DA Charges Unlicensed Driver With Assault for Hit-and-Run That Injured Boy, 6 (NewsWNBC)
    • Suffolk DA Stands With Traffic Violence Victims to Demand Stricter Hit-and-Run Penalties (WCBS)
    • Ex-Cop Charged With Staten Island DUI in Case Made for Tabloid Headlines (News, Advance)
    • In 2018, We'll Pay Fares With... the MetroCard; Replacement Delayed Again (PostWNYCNY1)
    • Staten Island Electeds Press NYPD to Keep Crash Investigators on Staten Island (Advance)
    • Commuter Parking Near S.I. Ferry Turns to Valet Service to Squeeze Cars Into St. George (Advance)
    • Recently Demoted by Senate GOP, IDC Proposes $150 Million in Smart Growth Grants (Advance)
    • Bklyn CB 2 Manager: "It's Hard to Come Out In Opposition to Pedestrian Safety" (Bklyn Paper)
    • Montclair Frets Six-Story Building Replacing Gas Station, Car Dealership Will Ruin Its Downtown (NYT)

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