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    • Interim Org Formed to Get Gateway Going; Schumer Hopes to Start Digging in 2018 (Post)
    • While Cuomo Spends Lavishly on Upstate Roads, He's Squeezing NYC Medicaid (Politico)
    • Crain's Editors Cautiously Optimistic on de Blasio Ferries
    • Happy Talk Notwithstanding, DOT Budget Is Stretched to the Max (Post)
    • A Thousand Citi Bikes Will Be Taken Out of Circulation for Maintenance (NY1)
    • 20th Precinct Says It Can't Figure Out How to Ticket Speeding Drivers (DNA)
    • TLC Looks to Tighten Rules Against Sexual Harassment of Taxi Passengers (Gothamist)
    • Water Street Property Owners Want Covered Sidewalks Opened to Commercial Use (WSJ)
    • If You Think Sandy Was Bad, Wait Until This Lower East Side Gas Station Closes (DNA)
    • It Is What It Is (Politico@ShellySilver)

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