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    • Cabbie Rear-Ends Another Taxi at Broadway and 63rd, Injuring Six (Post, News)
    • Gene Russianoff's "CuomoCard" Points to Governor's MTA Funding Responsibility (WCBSPost, News)
    • Post: Unruly Riders Leading to More Subway Delays
    • McDonald Touts State DOT's Highway Bridge Replacements as Safety Initiatives (C&S)
    • De Blasio Rezoning Plan Runs Up Against Pols, Preservationists, CB Members (Villager, Crain's)
    • Queens Courier Covers DOT's Middle Village Bike Network Expansion
    • MTA Air Rights to Build LIC Mega-Tower (DNA, Post); Should Affordable Housing Be Required? (WNYC)
    • West Chelsea Landowner Seeks Zoning Tweak to Redevelop Parking Garage (TRD)
    • South Ferry Station Rehab Gets $343 Million in Federal Sandy Recovery Grants (Advance)
    • Census: City Grew Modestly Last Year as Upstate Continued to Shrink; Rockland Grew Fastest (AP)

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