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    • De Blasio's OneNYC Has No Solution to the MTA's Current Funding Gap (Capital, Crain's, NY1)
    • Mayor Declines to Use Equity, Environment Plan as Springboard for Toll Reform (Observer, News 1, 2)
    • Who Will Pay for Utica Avenue Subway Extension? (NYT, DNA, Gothamist, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Driver Backs Onto UES Sidewalk, Smashes Cars, Bank; No Injuries (Post, DNA, WNBC, WPIX)
    • Bus Drivers Union Pushes Fix to MTA Bus Design (WCBS), Still Wants Exemption From Right-of-Way Law
    • Manhattan CB 3 Committee OKs South Street Greenway Upgrade; Bowery Boogie Sees DOT "Ambush"
    • TWU-Citi Bike Contract Negotiations Heating Up (Capital)
    • Council Wants More Financial Info From Citi Bike, Which Says It Already Releases Enough Data (Crain's)
    • NYCLU Maps Where City, State Installed E-ZPass Readers to Measure Traffic Speed (Advance, Animal)
    • Bronx CB 2 Wants DOT to Add LED Street Lights to Improve Intersection Safety (Bx Times)
    • LES Lot Closed But Not Gated Before Redevelopment, Offering Free Illegal Parking (Bowery Boogie)

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