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    • Prendergast: Move NY Toll Reform Plan One of the "Funding Sources to Look At" (Newsday via AMNY)
    • Someone on the Daily News Masthead Must Have Gotten a Speeding Ticket Recently
    • NYC Tries to Survive a Day Without Citi Bike (NYT, DNA, Gothamist)
    • Who Will Run EDC Next? (Crain's)
    • Cap'n Transit Fixes a Sensational Daily News Headline About NYCHA Selling "Parks" to Developers
    • Bensonhurst Developer Files Plan to Build 128 Apartments and No Parking -- Scandalous! (Bklyn Paper)
    • For Some Cops, "Vision Zero" Just Another Excuse to Treat People Like Dirt (Post)
    • TSTC Suggests Better Ways for Port Authority to Spend $1.5 Billion Than PATH to Newark Airport
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: There's Nothing That Special About Woodhaven SBS Design
    • Parents Frustrated By City Inaction at Dangerous Intersection of 77th at Columbus (DNA)
    • Kallos Wants to Mandate Recycled Concrete in Street Reconstruction (News)

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