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    • Will Cuomo and State Legislators Be Held Accountable for Stiffing NYC Transit Riders? (NYT)
    • More Coverage of Port Authority Bus Terminal Hearing: NYT, WSJ, AP
    • RPA President Thomas Wright: MTA Upkeep Spending One-Fourth What It Should Be (Crain's)
    • Citizens Budget Commission Proposes MTA Do Away With Unlimited MetroCards (Capital)
    • NYPD: Pedestrian Spaces Should Be Fortified With Bollards to Thwart Terror Attacks (News)
    • Queens CB 5 Says Cross Harbor Freight Tunnel Would Add Too Much Truck Traffic to Streets (Q Chron)
    • Driver Hits Parked Car, Injures 75-Year-Old Crossing Guard in Jackson Heights; No Charges (DNA)
    • Families for Safe Streets on Leonardo Degianni License Suspension: "Sadly, This Is Progress" (BK Paper)
    • New Republic: It's Perfectly Reasonable to Arrest Reckless Drivers for Killing People
    • Transport Workers Union Fetes Right of Way Law Critic Pete Donohue
    • Bioswales! (Capital)

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