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    • Surprise! Cuomo Contribution to the MTA Is More Debt (NY1)
    • New NJ Transit Chief Is Former Amtrak COO William Crosbie (NYT)
    • Bill to Regulate Plazas Zips Through Council (NYT)
    • DenDekker Bill Would Suspend Registrations of Drivers Who Habitually Run Red Lights, Too (DNA)
    • Commercial Van Driver Strikes Pedestrian on Midtown Sidewalk; Victim Seriously Injured (DNA)
    • Witnesses Say Cabbie in Village Sidewalk Crash Was Reckless; NYPD Plays Defense (Post, News, NY1)
    • DOT Ignored Pleas for Traffic Calming on Astoria Street Where Hit-and-Run Driver Killed Man (DNANY1)
    • Swipegate: Hillary Photo Op Sabotaged by Pal Cuomo's MTA (NYT); Plus: MTR on Pols Taking Transit
    • Second Ave Sagas Likes the Idea of Extending the 3 Line in East New York
    • Uber Gets Into Medical Transport Business (Crain's), Settles Suit Over Driver Background Checks (NYT)
    • Family of Ella Bandes and Families for Safe Streets Got a Nice Profile in People Magazine -- Really!
    • Damn Bike Lanes (PostNews, Advance)

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