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8:57 AM EDT on May 15, 2015

    • Mark-Viverito Signals Support for Toll Reform (Observer); More on Q Poll: News, AMNY
    • Bi-Partisan State Coalition Urges Cuomo to Lead on Transit Funding (MTR)
    • Scott Stringer Is Offended by Funding Ask, Rips MTA for Dirty Subway Stations (Observer, Post)
    • DA Johnson: No Charges for Engineer Who Crashed Metro-North Train, Killing Four (NYT, Post, News)
    • Post: Calling for Adequate Amtrak Funding in Wake of Crash = Exploiting Crash Victims
    • Turning SUV Driver Kills Senior on UES, Joins NYPD in Blaming Victim (Post, News)
    • Fewer Motorists Are Speeding at Staten Island Camera Locations (Advance)
    • Study Says Low-Density Historic Housing Is a Drag on Urban Economies (WNYC)
    • MTA Spox Politely Brushes Off Proposal to Highlight PATH on Subway Map (Gothamist, Transit Maps)
    • ROW Law Opponent Ben Kallos Glad-Hands at City Hall Bike Ride

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