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8:58 AM EST on February 16, 2016

    • Hudson-Bergen Light Rail Led to a Building Boom. Can Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar Do the Same? (NYT)
    • Politico Dives Deep Into Cuomo's Subsidies for the New Staten Island Outlet Mall/Ferris Wheel
    • After Uber Cut Fares, Trips Surged in Every Borough (Post)
    • Train Riders Got a Feel for What Grand Central Will Look Like After the Apocalypse (DNA, Post, News)
    • DOT to Add 5 Pedestrian Islands on Northern Blvd, Convert a Block of 77th Street to One-Way Traffic (TL)
    • Don't Expect the New Federal Transportation Bill to Pay for Trans-Hudson Rail (Crain's)
    • Ruben Diaz, Jr. Wants to Deck Over Bronx Rail Yards for Development (BxTimes)
    • More About Eric Adams' Proposal to Cut the Number of City Cars in Downtown Brooklyn (DNA)
    • WSJ Previews Next Month's Opening of the WTC PATH Station (Paywall)

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