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    • De Blasio Budget: TEAs, SI Ferry (NYT); "Vague" on MTA (Politico); Gov's Hand Still in the Till (Politico)
    • Winter Cuomo Watch: De Blasio, MTA Predict Subway Service This Weekend (NYT, Politico)
    • Feds Award $176M for Manhattan Resiliency (NYT); NJ Pledges No Local Funds, Loses Out (WNYC)
    • DOT, CB 8 Promise UES Crosstown Bike Lane Proposal Doesn't Touch Parking or Car Lanes (DNA)
    • DOT Adding Traffic Lights, LPIs to 21st Avenue in Astoria (Times Ledger)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Teenager in Williamsburg (News)
    • Gas Station Worker Critically Injures East Harlem Pedestrian With Customer's SUV (NewsPost)
    • McAnulty Family Thinks Motorcyclist Was Speeding, 24th Precinct Suggests Street Tweaks (DNA)
    • Doug Gordon Gives Gothamist a Primer on DIY Traffic-Calming
    • The Advance Has a Nice Piece on Staten Island Ferry Design

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