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    • Thanks Cuomo: MTA Board Approves Truncated Capital Plan, Funding Source TBD (Politico, NYT)
    • Program Guts Phase Two of Second Avenue Subway Construction (WNYC, 2AS, AMNY)
    • Plan Allocates Funding for North Shore BRT Design Work (Advance)
    • New York and New Jersey Legislators Out of Sync on Port Authority Reform (Politico)
    • RPA Produced a Nifty Video on How Devastating It Will Be If Hudson River Tubes Fail
    • East New York Residents Fear de Blasio Rezoning Will Force People Out (Politico)
    • Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce Bemoans Lack of Gas Stations and Big Box Retail (Crain's)
    • Drunk On-Duty Access-A-Ride Driver Crashes Into Parked Car in Graniteville (Advance)
    • Hit-and-Run Motorist Injures Off-Duty Cop in Middle Village (NewsPost)
    • UES "Safety Advocate" Says Spoiled Brat Cyclists Don't Deserve Crosstown Bike Lanes (NY Press)

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