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    • Cuomo's Brave Take on Trans-Hudson Rail: "It's Not My Tunnel" (Politico)
    • Amtrak: Things Are Going to Get a Lot Worse (AP); Schumer to Present His Plan (WCBS)
    • Cyclist David Rodriguez, 32, Dies of Injuries After MTA Bus Driver Struck Him in Red Hook (DNA)
    • Curb-Jumping Driver Seriously Injures Woman in Midtown East (WNBC, DNA, Post, PIX)
    • Another Curb-Jumping Driver Slams Into UES Starbucks, Missing Pedestrian (WNBC, Post, WABC, PIX)
    • Box Truck Driver Dies After Crashing Into Cars in Auburndale During Apparent Seizure (Post, News, TL)
    • Uber Is Slightly Less Manhattan-Focused Than Yellow Cabs (FiveThirtyEight)
    • Counter-Petition Seeks to Stop Momentum for Car-Free Shore Boulevard (DNA)
    • Indicted Former Senate Leader Dean Skelos Still Has a Taxpayer-Funded Car (News)
    • Allan Rosen Yatters On (Q Chron)

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