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    • Robert Rodriguez and Alex Matthiessen Talk Move NY Toll Reform With Brian Lehrer (WNYC)
    • Even After Those Huge Corruption Convictions, Ethics Reform Remains Elusive in Albany (WSJ)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas Discouraged By the State of MTA Capital Funding
    • TSTC Encouraged By Last Week's Port Authority Board Meeting (MTR)
    • A Lot of Red Hook Residents Want a Streetcar, But Not Streetcar-Based Development (NYT)
    • Speeding Driver Crashes Into Allerton Ave Storefront and Dies (News, Post)
    • News Makes the Case for Smaller Emergency Response Vehicles
    • Will New Jersey Be the First State Stupid Enough to Criminalize Walking and Texting? (News, Post)
    • Behind the Scenes at Brooklyn Community Board 9 (Post)
    • Jake Dobkin's Guide to When It's Okay to Own a Car in NYC (Gothamist)

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