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    • Sheldon Silver Arrested on Federal Corruption Charges (NYT 1, 2)
    • MTA Board to Vote on Fare Hikes Today (NYT, WSJ)
    • DOT Plan Would Bring Bike Lanes and Add Pedestrian Space to Queens Boulevard (Times Ledger)
    • More Transpo Nerd Backlash for Cuomo's LaGuardia AirTrain (CapNY)
    • Lancman and Simanowitz: Don't “Close” Motorist Lanes for Flushing-Jamaica SBS (Times Ledger)
    • Locals Urge City to Protect Jamaica Pedestrians From Dangerous Truck Traffic (Progress Queens)
    • MS 51 Students Who Lost Three Classmates to Reckless Drivers Organize for Safer Streets (DNA)
    • Post: Cyclists Hit 38 Central Park Pedestrians in 2014
    • City Council Bill Would Account for Parking Spots Occupied by Film Crews (Post)
    • WNYC: Poorer Straphangers Less Likely to Take Advantage of Discounted Fares
    • With Hudson Tunnels Aging and Penn Station Maxed Out, Amtrak Bets on Penn South (Record)

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