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    • Assembly Budget Includes $20M for Complete Streets, Nada From Senate or Cuomo (MTR)
    • DOT to Add Pedestrian Islands, Other Improvements to Northern Blvd in Astoria (DNA)
    • Citi Bike Trips More Than Doubled From Last Winter (AMNY)
    • Crain's Breaks Down Ferry Per-Ride Subsidy Compared to Other Transit
    • MTA to Shut M Line Before Shutting the L (NY1News)
    • Post: Water Leaks at Hudson Yards 7 Station Were No Surprise to the MTA
    • Assembly Member Maritza Davila Wants DOT to Nix Bushwick Bike Lanes (Bklyn Paper)
    • Upper West Side Car Owners Apoplectic Over City Plan to Replace Parking With Housing (DNA)
    • NYPD Arrests About 39 Drunk Drivers a Day (AMNY), Counting This Correction Officer (News)
    • Steve Levin Doubts NYC Has the Power to Stop NYPD Parking Corruption (Patch)
    • Unattended Corvette Runs Over Woman on Midtown Sidewalk, No One Takes Responsibility (Post)
    • Scenes From the Motoring Class (Post, News, DNA)

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