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    • Second Ave Subway to East Harlem? Maybe Not, If Capital Plan Falters (NYTCrain's2nd Ave Sagas)
    • On Filling Gap in MTA Capital Plan, De Blasio Tries to Keep Focus on Albany (NY1)
    • Driver Arrested Under Right-of-Way Law After Jeanine Deutsch, 85, Dies of Injuries (DNANews)
    • MTA May Seek to Cut Down on Turns in Bus Routes to Reduce Pedestrian Collisions (News)
    • Golden, Brook-Krasny, Malliotakis Grandstand on VNB Tolls, Ignore Move NY (Bensonhurst Bean)
    • Meanwhile... Drivers Might Get Charged for Trips to Connecticut, But Not Midtown (WCBS)
    • Capacity at the Port Authority Bus Terminal Is Grim, and About to Get Grimmer (Capital)
    • TA and Families for Safe Streets Plan March and Rally for Safer Queens Boulevard (DNA)
    • De Blasio's PlaNYC Update to Focus on Equity, Include More Agencies, Seek More Feedback (Capital)
    • Plan to Distribute Trash Burden Has Big Implications for South Bronx Truck Traffic (NY Environment)

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