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8:54 AM EST on February 26, 2016

    • Marty Golden and Jim Brennan Call Shenanigans on Emperor Cuomo's MTA Funding Stunt (Politico)
    • Prendergast Talks L Train Options (DNA); Some Want MTA to Just Build a New Tunnel (Gothamist, 2AS)
    • De Blasio Nominated Ydanis Rodriguez to the MTA Board, But He May Not Be Able to Serve (News)
    • Parking for Parishioners' Cars or Housing for the Less Fortunate -- What Would Jesus Do? (DNA)
    • Eric Adams Thinks Downtown BK Needs Infrastructure Upgrades, More Commercial Space (Crain's)
    • Study Says Crappy Train Commutes Can Be Hazardous to Your Health (DNA)
    • Rampaging Truck Driver Knocks Parked Minivan Into Building Near Hylan Boulevard (Advance)
    • Someone Is Fed Up With People Parking on Sidewalks in Gowanus (DNA)
    • New York City Drivers Have Been Killing Children and Getting Away With It for a Long Time (Observer)
    • Ladies and Gentlemen, the Port Authority (Politico)

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