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    • Mark-Viverito Interested In Toll Reform, Says State Must Find Transit Funding Fix (CapTon via Capital)
    • Working Families Party Backs Right of Way Law Exemption for Bus Drivers (DocCloud via News)
    • Assembly Budget Has More Funding for Bike/Ped and BRT, Including on S.I. North Shore (DNA)
    • Advance Backs North Shore BRT Over City, State Hesitancy to Fund Busway Project
    • CB 2 Committee Votes 12-1 for Construction of Putnam Plaza But Bklyn Paper Still Finds "Controversy"
    • Post Takes a Peek at Entrants in MTA's App Contest
    • Jamaica Residents Want Faster Traffic, Less Traffic Calming on Narrow Two-Way Streets (NY1)
    • Gentile, Donovan Both Campaign on Promise for West Shore Light Rail Funding (Advance)
    • Queens Gazette Rejects Toll Reform Without Even Mentioning the Toll Swap or MTA Funding Woes
    • Mother of Student Killed When Car Crashed Into Queens Creek to Sue DOT (News)

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