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8:59 AM EST on January 27, 2016

    • Cement Truck Driver Kills Woman in College Point; No Charges Filed (Times Ledger)
    • Helen Rosenthal: De Blasio Considering Making Central Park's West Drive Permanently Car-Free (DNA)
    • More on Cuomo's MTA Funding Lie: Gothamist, AMNY, Daily News
    • Uber Tried to Get Cuomo to Exempt Its Drivers From All TLC Regulations (Politico)
    • De Blasio Takes a Beating From Upstate Nitwits at Albany Budget Hearing (NYT, Politico)
    • Citi Bike Resumes "Limited Service" Today (DNA)
    • Vanderbilt: NYC's Piecemeal Snow Removal Protocol Is Outdated and Unsafe (NYT)
    • Mayor's Memo to Council Details Horse Carriage Plan, Highlights Pedicab Summonses (Politico)
    • Head of NY State Police Voids Ticket of NYPD Cop Who Injured Trooper on Thruway (Post)
    • College Students Struggling With Transit Fares Should Lobby Cuomo, Not the MTA (News)
    • This Advance Headline Says It All

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