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8:58 AM EDT on April 20, 2016

    • Silver Machine-Backed Alice Cancel Wins in 65th District; Dems Could Take State Senate (NYT, DNA)
    • Tri-State: Investment in Transit, Not Electric Car Incentives, Will Help Region With Climate Goals
    • Video: Jake Dobkin Counts the Number of Motorist Violations on His Bike Commute (Gothamist)
    • MTA to Expand Sleep Apnea Tests to Subway and Bus Operators, Say MTA and Cuomo (NewsPost)
    • Norwood News Looks at Service and Ped Safety Improvements Coming to Webster Ave SBS
    • The Columbus Circle Subway Station Shopping Mall and Food Court Is Open (2nd Ave SagasDNA)
    • Queens Residents Choose Bus Countdown Clocks, Park Upgrades in Participatory Budgeting (Courier)
    • Fleet Owners Like Evgeny Friedman Are a Big Reason Cab Drivers Drive Like This (Politico)
    • Drunken Thief Hijacks Cab, Tears Through Manhattan and Brooklyn, Injuring Several (DNA)
    • It's Past Time for a Discussion on Raising the Driving Age (AP)

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