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8:56 AM EST on February 5, 2015

    • De Blasio: MTA Funding "An Albany Question First and Foremost" (NY1 via Capital)
    • Mayor Defends Ferry Plan, Says It Won't Have Same High Costs as Other Ferries (WNYC via News)
    • Heastie Keeps Almost All of Sheldon Silver's Leadership Team in Place (Post, Capital)
    • NTSB Investigators Focus on Why Driver Wound Up on Metro-North Tracks (NYTWCBSWNYC)
    • Staten Island Transit Advocates, Officials Visit Albany to Ask for North Shore BRT Funding (Advance)
    • News Covers Protest at CB 7 Meeting Demanding New Transportation Committee Leadership
    • Hudson Heights Slow Zone on Track to Be Installed in April (DNA)
    • Klein, Vacca, Bronx CBs Demand More Enforcement Against Illegally-Parked Trucks (Bx Times)
    • Upgraded Manslaughter, DWI Charges Against S.I. Woman Who Killed Another Driver (Advance)
    • BID, CB 2 Panel Want to Move Citi Bike Dock, Add Plantings to Plaza at Sixth Ave and Spring (DNA)
    • The Sidewalk May Be Clear, But Slush Puddles at Curb Ramps Are a Different Story (DNA)

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