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    • Sunnyside Post Covers Van Bramer's Move NY Endorsement; Don't Miss the Poll
    • Tri-State: Port Authority Board Members Don't Understand Transit
    • City Council Poised to Pass Citi Bike Transparency Bills (Post)
    • Pier 40 Developer Wants a 134 Percent Increase in Allowed Parking Spots (YIMBY)
    • Inez Dickens and Rory Lancman Don't Like Participatory Budgeting (Gotham Gazette)
    • The Advance Published DA Candidate Michael McMahon's TA Questionnaire Responses
    • Road Pricing Proponent Paul Newell Is Taking Another Shot at Ousting Shelly Silver (Gotham Gazette)
    • Nicole Gelinas Explains Young People, and Their Transportation Preferences, to Post Readers
    • The Transformation Department Is Raising Funds for DIY Street Improvements
    • What If Robert Moses Had Succeeded in Building a Highway Through SoHo? (AMNY)

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