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    • Shocker: Cuomo Will Probably Pay for MTA Capital Program By Borrowing (News)
    • NYT: Albany Should Pay for MTA With Higher Gas Tax or Tolls on Free East River Bridges
    • Here's How Much Rolling Stock the Capital Program Will Buy for NYC (Crain's)
    • And Here's What the Daily News Thinks of the MTA Funding Deal
    • Coke Truck Driver Crashes Into Bronx Bus Stop, Killing Sheniqua Silva, 37 (NBC, NYTPost)
    • Truck Traffic in NYC Is Worse Than Any Other Big City in America (WNYC)
    • Carl Weisbrod Wants to Set Up a New Regional Planning Office Inside DCP (Politico)
    • Safer Intersections Coming to Upper East Side Avenues (DNA)
    • Sheepshead Bay "Community Leaders" Freak Out About Parking Reform (Sheepshead Bites)
    • Home Reporter Gives Verrazano Bike/Walk Path the He Said-She Said Treatment
    • “I Love Bikes, But Because I Have a Car, I Hate the Bikes Now" (Brooklyn Paper)

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