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    • Josh Barro: Instead of Billions for Trains Slower Than Buses, How About Improving Bus Service? (NYT)
    • Will Carl Heastie Be Better on Toll Reform Than Sheldon Silver? (Crain's)
    • Capital Previews Today’s City Council Hearing on Bus Rapid Transit
    • Seeking More Freight to JFK, City Allows Even Longer Trucks on NYC Highways (Capital)
    • Anatomy of a Bogus NYPD Bike Ticket (Brooklyn Spoke)
    • If This Driver Wasn't Drunk, He Probably Wouldn't Need Diplomatic Immunity to Get Away (Post)
    • Post Picks Up Albany Inaction on MTA Capital Plan in Coverage of de Blasio's Budget
    • Vincent Gentile in the Running with David Greenfield for Superfluous Parking Bills (News)
    • Chilling Testimony From Livery Driver of Satmar Couple Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver (NYT, Post)
    • Want to Get a Community Board's Attention? Give Drivers Fake Parking Tickets (DNA)
    • Some NYC Car Owners Are About to Drive for the First Time in More Than Two Weeks (WNBC)

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