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    • Russianoff and Raskin: Public Will Have to Keep an Eye on Cuomo to Protect MTA Funds (News)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: Out of Control Construction Costs Devalue Capital Plan; WNYC Inventories Projects
    • NJ Senate President Steve Sweeney Calls on Port Authority to Prioritize a New Bus Terminal (Politico)
    • 538: Number of New Uber Trips in Manhattan Core Just About Equals the Reduction in Taxi Trips
    • David Dunlap Tours Gateway Tunnel Spur, Which Exists (NYT)
    • Cops Bully Sanitation Worker for Ticketing NYPD Cars Illegally Parked in Harlem (DNA)
    • Driver Hits Two People in Flushing; Victims in Critical Condition (News)
    • NYPD: Driver Who Killed Latiesha Ramsey Had Right of Way; 3-Year-Old Hit, "No Criminality" (News)
    • Epileptic Truck Driver Who Killed Tourists Has Murder Conviction Reduced to Manslaughter (News)
    • The Pulaski Bridge Protected Bike Lane Has Its Own Facebook Page

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