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    • Cuomo: No Time for Toll Reform (Capital), Just Cough Up MTA Cash From Somewhere (Gothamist)
    • 63-Year-Old Cyclist in Critical Condition After Harlem Hit-and-Run (Post, WCBS, WNBC)
    • TA's Vision Zero Report Card Slams MTA, TLC, DMV (News, AMNY)
    • James, Lancman Want More Blind Spot Sensors on City Vehicles, MTA Buses (Observer, News)
    • Dorothy Gerstenfeld, 88, Dies From Injuries Seven Weeks After Bronx Driver Struck Her (News)
    • Family of Severely Injured Cyclist Struck by LIC Driver Speaks Out (DNA)
    • Repeat Hit-and-Run Unlicensed Driver: It's Not My Fault My Passenger Died (Advance)
    • Whitestone Driver Charged with DUI After Crashing Into DSNY Truck (Forum)
    • Is This the End of the MTA, or Is This Exactly How It's Supposed to Work? (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Modern-Day Moses? How Cuomo Learned the Lessons of the Master Builder for the TZB (City Limits)
    • The Post Pushes to Honor Robert Moses by Renaming Some of the Infrastructure He Built

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