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    • Pols Should Take Transit More Than Just for Publicity Stunts (NYT2nd Ave SagasGothamist)
    • If He’s Going to Talk Transit Funding, Maybe de Blasio Should Read the Move NY Plan (Post)
    • On That Note, Move NY is Hosting a North Brooklyn Town Hall on Monday (DNA)
    • How Much Longer Will Community Board 7 Be a Barrier to Safe Streets? (West Side Spirit)
    • Cuomo Shuffles Top Transpo Staffers (Capital)
    • Crossing Guards Rally for Better Wages, Safer Working Conditions (Gothamist, WPIX)
    • Livery Driver Hits On-Duty Cop on Ocean Pkwy; No Arrests (Post)
    • After Injury, DOT to Study Left Turns at Cortelyou Road and Coney Island Ave (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • DOT Rejects Jamaica Center BID's Plaza Request, But Street Redesign May Be Coming (TL)
    • Gentile Tried to Campaign Next to a Pothole, But It Was Filled the Night Before (Observer)
    • Tomorrow: Join Williamsburg Neighbors to Learn How to Improve Public Space (DNA)

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