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    • Ydanis: Move NY Toll Reform Could "Revolutionize the Way Our City Moves" (PoliticoNews)
    • United Scandal Sweeps Up NJ DOT Commissioner Jamie Fox (RecordNYT)
    • How Long Will Bus Commuters Have to Wait for a Modern Terminal in Midtown? (WNYC)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Mariano Contreras, 41, on College Point Boulevard (Post)
    • Wrong-Way Driver Fleeing Traffic Stop Causes Bus to Veer Off-Road, Injuring 12 (News 1, 2)
    • Property Owners Can Pay to Get a Citi Bike Station On-Site (WSJ)
    • Victims of G Train Derailment Sue MTA and NYC Based on Prendergast's Sniping (News)
    • Crain's Isn't Buying the TWU Line on de Blasio and the MTA Capital Plan
    • Politico Maps Uber Pick-ups in NYC
    • Neckdowns and LPI Coming to Intersection of Ft. Hamilton Parkway and 92nd St. (Bklyn Paper)
    • Is Someone New Writing Headlines for the Post?

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