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8:58 AM EDT on March 17, 2015

    • Port Authority: Replacing Bus Terminal Would Take $10 Billion and 15 Years (Capital, WSJ)
    • AP Looks at Cuomo's Transportation Projects, Offers Few Judgements of Governor's Record
    • Meanwhile: Still No TZB Financing Plan (Bloomberg); Astorino, Assembly Dems Want Answers (LoHud)
    • Turning Driver Seriously Injures Woman Crossing B'Hurst Street (Bensonhurst Bean, News, News 12)
    • Heastie Scores Taxpayer-Funded SUV After Ascending to Speakership (News)
    • As Drivers Go to Uber, Bank Forecloses on "Taxi Kingpin" Gene Friedman's Medallions (Post)
    • BP Oddo Wants New Roads Where State Proposed Highways Decades Ago (Advance)
    • More Coverage of Jimmy Vacca's Endorsement of Move NY Toll Reform (Observer)
    • Trans-Hudson Tunnel Needs an Elected Who Cares About It (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Sheepshead Bites Concludes Loony Five-Part Rant Against Select Bus Service (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)

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