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    • NJ Transit Strike Would Strand Tens of Thousands, Metro-North Commuters Included (NYT, DNA)
    • City Will Launch New Ferries Next Spring Because of Low Winter Ridership Estimates (DNA)
    • Why Is de Blasio Hiding the Data That Informed His Uber Congestion Report? (Politico)
    • Cuomo's Obsession With Humiliating de Blasio Could Hamper Affordable Housing Plans (Politico)
    • New York City Recognizes the Value of Street Space, Except When It Doesn't (NYT)
    • New Willoughby Street High-Rise Has Its Own Subway Entrance, Open to the Public (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bronx Dad in Coma After Driver Sends Him "Hurtling" Outside Victim's Deli (News)
    • Off-Duty Cops Leaving SI Bar Hit Car, Crash Into Salon, Hide Out Overnight -- No Charges (News, Post)
    • Father of Staten Island Hit-and-Run Driver Shocked to See Son Treated "Like a Criminal" (News)
    • Don't Worry, Prospective Citizen: Reckless Driving Is an American Tradition (News)
    • New Jersey's Low Gas Tax Hurts New York, Too (Crain's)

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