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8:52 AM EST on February 9, 2016

    • Tune In to the 30-Minute Mark and Hear How the B-Q Streetcar Will Run on Magical Thinking (Bklyn Paper)
    • Daily News Withholds a Verdict on BQX Until More Information Comes Out
    • 79-Story Tower Will Rise By the Queens Waterfront With or Without a Streetcar (YIMBY, Gothamist)
    • MTA Starts Meeting With Local Pols About L Train Shutdown (DNA, NY1)
    • TA Calls for Cap on Uber Shift Lengths (Post)
    • Cap'n Transit Is Noticing More People Opting for Uber/Lyft Shared Ride Services
    • Carlos Menchaca Bill Would Legalize Head Starts for Cyclists on LPIs (Bklyn Spoke)
    • DDC and DOT to Make Room for More Traffic at Major Staten Island Intersections This Year (Advance)
    • Vision Zero Paranoia (QChron)
    • Varick Street Bike Path's Granite Pavers Already Popping Out (Tribeca Citizen)

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