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    • Stringer: NYC Already Sends Billions Each Year to MTA (Capital, Crain's, WNYC, News, Post, Advance)
    • SUV Driver Plows Into Flushing Pathmark, Injuring Five (WPIX, WNBC, WCBS, News, Post)
    • Bicyclist Injured on Section of West End Ave That DOT Didn't Redesign (West Side Rag)
    • Weisbrod: Passage of Grand Central Rezoning Will Tie Development to Transit Improvements (Post 1, 2)
    • Construction Set to Begin on Underground Retail at Columbus Circle Subway Station (WSJ)
    • South Ozone Park Driver Runs Red, Killing One and Injuring Children (News, Post, DNA, WNBC)
    • Speeding Driver Dies After Hitting MTA Bus on Victory Blvd (Advance, News, Post, WCBS)
    • Senior Housing Advocates Identify Parking Lots That Should Be Developed for Housing (WSJ)
    • Bioswales Coming to Streets in the Bronx (Bx Times)
    • As New Yorkers Spread Out, They're Commuting for More Than Just Work (Observer)
    • Times Columnist "Loves a Hellbent, Maniacal Ride" in NYC Taxis (NYT via Bike Snob)

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