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8:54 AM EDT on April 21, 2015

    • More Coverage of Escalating Subway Ridership (WSJ, NYT, WNYC, News)
    • Charges Dismissed Against Keith Wright Staffer for Interfering in DUI Arrest (Post)
    • De Blasio's PlaNYC Update Due Tomorrow, But Will It Be Called PlaNYC? (Capital)
    • Construction Begins to Replace Crumbling Stone at Marty Markowitz's Old Plaza Parking Spot (Eagle)
    • NJ Transit Riders Get Fare Hikes, Service Cuts as Gas Tax Remains Nation's 2nd-Lowest (MTR, WCBS)
    • MTA to Examine Subway Ridership Impacts of Kingsbridge Armory Redevelopment (Bx Times)
    • Bus Driver Caught Reading While Driving Suspended Without Pay (Post)
    • De Blasio Seeks State Law Requiring Seatbelts for Front-Seat Passengers, Minors in Taxis (News)
    • After Years of Lawsuits From Taxi Industry, News Says It's Time to Give Up on the Taxi of Tomorrow

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