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    • Why Does Staten Island Have Dangerous Streets? Look No Further Than Its Electeds (Advance)
    • MTA on A/C Line: We've Pretty Much Done What We Can (WNYC)
    • Prendergast to MTA Staff: Stop Making Us Look Bad By Badmouthing New Ideas (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Urabia Nelson, 21, in Far Rockaway (NewsPost)
    • Four Obstacles to Starting Second Avenue Subway Service Before 2017 (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Donovan Richards Comes Out Against Parking Reforms in de Blasio Housing Plan (Gotham Gazette)
    • Queens CB 9 Weighs Whether to Vote on Woodhaven SBS (Q Chron)
    • Pols Say NYCHA Residents in Central Neighborhoods Need Highly Subsidized Parking (News)
    • Starting January 1, Many More New Yorkers Will Be Saving on Metrocards (AMNY)
    • Joel Kotkin and Wendell Cox Condescendingly Bemoan the State of NYC Suburbs (News)

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