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8:47 AM EDT on April 14, 2016

    • Toll Scheme for Cuomo's Tappan Zee Bridge Still Classified Intel (LoHud)
    • Cuomo Moving Ahead With Javits Center Expansion (Crain's)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas Explains the MTA's Next-Gen Fare System RFP
    • MTA May Reroute Q65 to Eliminate Turns, Create Parking Spaces (Times Ledger)
    • App-Based Valet Parking Service Comes to Park Slope, Where the Struggle Is Real (DNA)
    • Alcohol-Related Crashes on Staten Island Are Declining, But Number of Deaths Isn't (Advance)
    • The Advance Wants NYPD to Crack Down on Drivers ... of Off-Road Vehicles
    • Truckers Keep Jamming Rigs Into Elevated 1 Line, Trucking Company Blames City (R'dale Press)
    • Speaking in Manhattan, Clinton Calls Transit a "Civil Rights Issue" (Politico) -- So Where's the Beef?

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