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    • To Win City Council Approval of Housing Plan, Extent of Parking Reform Shrinks (PoliticoNews, NYT)
    • Albany Would Have to Send a Lot More Funding to the MTA to Achieve "Parity" With Upstate Roads (MTR)
    • Brooklyn CB 6 Approves "Street Seat" for Fifth Ave, Despite the Cranks (Bklyn Paper)
    • Who Could Be Against Planters and Benches for Fourth Avenue? (Bklyn Paper)
    • DOT Plans New Bike Route on 31st Ave From Astoria Waterfront to Flushing Bay (DNA)
    • Neighbors Want Car-Free Option as Part of Union Street Drawbridge Replacement (DNA)
    • MTA Contractor Has to Fix Leaky Hudson Yards 7 Station (Post)
    • Grand Jury Adds Manslaughter Charge in Staten Island Hit-and-Run Case (News)
    • Without NY Water Taxi Service, Red Hook Ikea Will Put More Buses on the Street (DNA)
    • It's Been 75 Years Since a New Subway Station Opened in the Bronx (2nd Ave Sagas)

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