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    • De Blasio Offers Tips to Congress for Transpo Funding, But Stays Mum on Albany's MTA Gap (Capital)
    • Victim of Sidewalk Hit-and-Run Says NYPD Is Letting Driver Off Without Charges (Downtown Express)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Officer Arrested for Drunk Driving in the Bronx (News)
    • Furman: Building on NYCHA Parking Lots in Dense Areas Could Yield Cash for Housing (Observer)
    • Facebook, Google, Twitter Line Up With Uber Against TLC Regs for E-Hail App Upgrades (NYT)
    • Google Signs Lease at Pier 57, Which Will Add Driveways Across Hudson River Greenway (Crain's)
    • NJ Transit Eyes Service Cuts and 9 Percent Fare Hike to Bridge Budget Gap (WNYC)
    • Ludlow Street Parking Lot Bites the Dust as Essex Crossing Begins Construction (Bowery Boogie)
    • More Coverage of UWS Citi Bike Station Plans From Post, DNA, Gothamist, Curbed
    • Sharrows Planned Beneath Williamsburg Bridge to Connect With East River Greenway (Bowery Boogie)
    • Ridgewood Civic Association Learns About Bike Lanes Planned for Neighborhood (Times Newsweekly)

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