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    • Will Cuomo Address Transportation Funding in Today's State of the State? (Politico)
    • Times: Cuomo Isn't Thinking Big on Penn Station (1, 2)
    • “This Is Not an Accident”: Judge Sends Sociopath Who Killed Jean Chambers to Jail (News, Post)
    • Truck Driver Kills Richard Oates, 32, on Lower East Side; NYPD: Victim's Fault (DNA, AMNY)
    • Insurance Companies Have a Ton of Data About Driving Behavior That Causes Crashes (WSJ)
    • Schumer Wants Federal Grant to Increase L Train Capacity (Politico)
    • De Blasio Nearing Deal to Reduce Horse Carriages and Keep Them Inside Central Park (News)
    • DOT Installs Curb Ramps, Fresh Paint on Queens Boulevard Service Road Near MacDonald Park (DNA)
    • Locals and Electeds Want to Know Why the Squibb Park Pedestrian Bridge Is Still Closed (Bklyn Paper)
    • Police Arrest Driver for FDR Hit-and-Run Death of Anthony Pham (News)

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