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8:56 AM EDT on March 31, 2015

    • Albany Reaches Budget Deal (NYT); Bills Include $700 Million for Tappan Zee (LoHud)
    • Best Coverage of Citi Bike Software Upgrade From WSJ, Crain's, WNYC
    • No Easy Answers to Fix New York's Sky-High Infrastructure Construction Costs (Capital)
    • Construction Trade, Truckers Tout Move NY Toll Reform in Post Op-Ed
    • Families For Safe Streets Challenge Daily News on Its Crusade Against Right-of-Way Law
    • At Least a Dozen Injured After Minivan Driver Runs Stop Sign, Hits MTA Bus in Canarsie (WCBS, WPIX)
    • Onondaga County Executive Joanie Mahoney Confirmed as Thruway Chair (LoHud)
    • TWU's Samuelsen Backs Rockaway Beach Branch Rail Reactivation (Q Chron via 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Plan to Add Skyscraper, Plaza Next to Grand Central Moves to City Council (Capital)
    • Downtown Bklyn Parking Garage Leveled for 714 Apartments, 128 Parking Spots (Brownstoner)
    • Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop Talks Bike-Share With the New Yorker

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