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    • De Blasio Makes the Case for His Housing Plan, Skips the Part About Parking Reform (Politico)
    • Queens CB 3 -- A Rare Community Board to Vote for the Housing Plan (QChron)
    • "Sick Passenger" Subway Delays Are Up a Lot Since 2012 (NYT)
    • Cuomo Vetoes Bill Allowing Two Free Transfers Per NYC Transit Fare (Post)
    • Proposed LaGuardia Transit Fix: Make the Shuttle Bus Free (News)
    • More Coverage of CB 8's Request for Crosstown Bike Lanes on the Upper East Side (DNA)
    • Police Issuing About 18 Speeding Tix a Day on Staten Island -- That's Actually an Increase (Advance)
    • 2 Years and Counting Since People Could Use the Sidewalk By This Stalled Building Site (Bklyn Paper)
    • Here's a Cop Who Doesn't Care If You Ride a Hoverboard (DNA)
    • If Just One More Driver Honks, the Traffic Will Flow Like Water (Gothamist)

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