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    • Uber Pleased With City Hall's Uber Report (NYT, Politico, WNYC, WSJ)
    • How's Cuomo Going to Make Good on His MTA Funding Promise? He's Still Not Saying (WNYC)
    • De Blasio's Horse Carriage Deal Includes Booting Pedicabs Out of Central Park (News, Politico)
    • Not Helping: Alcoholic.org Blames Drunk People for Getting Killed While Walking in NYC (Post)
    • Trottenberg Makes the Case for Woodhaven Blvd SBS to Queens Chronicle Readers
    • Fear and Loathing on the Queens CB 9 Transportation Committee (QChron)
    • Rider's Alliance: The Q70 to LaGuardia Is NYC's Best-Kept Secret (News)
    • Driver Who Flipped Car on Amsterdam Ave Caught Speeding on Video (Gothamist)
    • NYPD Doesn't Tow Illegally Parked Cars on Staten Island (Post)
    • DOT Adding 3 Traffic Lights to 21st Ave in Astoria; Constantinides: "We're Not Done" (DNA)

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