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    • Van Bramer: Cut Congestion, Fund Transit With Move NY Toll Reform (News)
    • TransAlt Catches Up With Janette Sadik-Khan
    • Three Ideas to Help Make a New Round of Subway Expansion Happen (WNYC)
    • Here's Where the Next Batch of Countdown Clocks Are Going (AMNY)
    • Without Hudson Yards Development, Ridership at Hudson Yards Subway Stop Underwhelms (AMNY)
    • Cuomo Fixates on LaGuardia, Which Serves One Eighth as Many People as Hudson Crossings (MTR)
    • Sluggish Rollout of Next-Gen MTA Fare Payment Slows Down Some More (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • New Tappan Zee Bus Service Gets $10M From Feds (LoHud)
    • Motorcyclist Killed in Solo Crash on Steinway Street (DNA)
    • Former MTA Chair Virgil Conway Dies at 85 (NYT)

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