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    • Turning Truck Driver Kills Elise Lachowyn, 44, By Javits Center; Victim Blamed for Wearing Hood (Post)
    • DOT to Widen Sidewalk Where Tenzin Drudak Was Killed, Shrink Sidewalk on Other Side of Street (DNA)
    • Con-Ed, National Grid Want MTA to Pay for Relocating Utilities for Second Ave Subway (Post)
    • Calatrava: $4 Billion WTC PATH Station a "Message of Love to the City" (Post)
    • Eric Adams, Riders Alliance Call for Free Transfers Between Junius/Livonia Stations in Brownsville (NY1)
    • An R Train Derailed Between 14th Street and 23rd Street Saturday Night (News)
    • Port Greenlights Two Big Airport Projects and LaGuardia AirTrain Isn't One of Them (Politico)
    • Moving? You Can Pay the Cargo Bike Collective to Haul Your Stuff (NYT)
    • MTA/TWU Have a Plan to Get Station Agents Out of Booths Again (News)
    • Line Maps on the 2 and 5 Get a New Look (2nd Ave Sagas, NY1)

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