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    • Kimmelman: New Hudson Rail Tunnels and Moving MSG Should Go Hand-in-Hand (NYT)
    • Barry Benepe Urges de Blasio to Make Parks Completely Car-Free (News)
    • New Book Examines the Screwy Process That Resulted in the New Tappan Zee Bridge (WNYC, LoHud)
    • SUV Driver Jumps Curb in Two-Car Collision, Injuring Two Peds Near Northern Blvd (News, WCBS)
    • DNA Maps the Most Dangerous Intersections in Washington Heights
    • Allan Rosen Brings His Anti-SBS Crusade to Gotham Gazette, Stokes Fears It May Kill 2nd Ave Subway
    • Beep James Oddo Really, Really Wants More Subsidized Ferry Service to Staten Island (Advance)
    • Community Board Leaders Say They Weren't Included in OneNYC Planning (Capital)
    • More Coverage of Greenpoint Avenue Bridge Bike Lanes From DNA, Bklyn Paper
    • HPD Expects Public Process to Begin in Fall for Affordable Housing on Flushing Parking Lot (TL)

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