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    • MTA Taps Agency Vet John Gaul as "VP of 21st Century Service Delivery" (News via 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • NY Mag Dives Deep on Santiago Calatrava and the WTC Transportation Hub Boondoggle
    • Friends of Guler Ugur-Yaacobi, Killed in Amsterdam Ave Hit-and-Run, Face Driver in Court (News, Post)
    • Central Queens Assembly Member Mike Miller Rejects Move NY Toll Swap (Queens Gazette)
    • Jimmy Van Bramer Picks Fight With MTA Over 7 Train Repairs (Capital, DNA, WCBS)
    • Riders on M98, From Washington Heights to East Harlem, Fed Up With Poor Service (DNA)
    • EDC to Break Ground This Summer on Atlantic Ave Extension, New Parks in Jamaica (Queens Courier)
    • Greenpoint Ferry Dock Never Inspected Before or After It Collapsed Into East River (Bklyn Paper)
    • Citi Bike Ridership Jumps on One of First Warm-Weather Days of the Year (News)
    • Why Would One Ever Suggest the Auto Industry Is Intertwined With the News Media? (News)

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