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    • Riders Alliance Calls for Discount MTA Fares for Low-Income Riders (News, AMNY, NY1)
    • How the Port Authority Might Pay for a New Midtown Bus Terminal (Bloomberg)
    • Red Light Running Cabbie Injures Man in Wheelchair on W 103rd (News)
    • Wrong-Way Driver Critically Injures Man on Scooter in Glendale (Post)
    • SUV Driver Critically Injures Man on White Plains Road (News)
    • After Cabbies Get Medical Clearance to Drive a Taxi, TLC Never Follows Up With Another Exam (Post)
    • Giving the Press More Parking Perks Will Only Make Problems Like This Worse (DNA)
    • Straphangers Are on the Hook for MTA's Mounting Debt in More Ways Than One (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • MTA to Release Study of Rockaway Beach Rail Reactivation by June 30, 2017 (QChron)
    • C'mon U.S. DOT, the National Household Travel Survey Isn't Just About Motoring (MTR)
    • A Year in the Life of a Times Transportation Reporter

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