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    • Cuomo's MTA: Board Approves Capital Plan, Says Don't Worry About $14B in Added Debt (NYT, 2AS)
    • Prendergast Says MTA Hasn't Settled on Canarsie Tube Repair Plans (Gothamist)
    • Paul White: NYPD Indifference to Street Safety Starts With Bill Bratton (News)
    • Motorists Injure 2 Kids and Senior in Separate Crashes; Driver Kills Self in Queens (News 1, 2Post)
    • James Gregg: Trucker Cited for Off-Route Violation; Adams Speaks Out (CBS, Patch); News: Helmet?
    • DOT to Start Construction on Amsterdam Avenue Bikeway Next Month (DNA)
    • Local Cranks, Brooklyn Daily Lose Their Minds Over DOT Plan to Save Lives in Sheepshead Bay
    • Uber Tries to Get Ahead of TLC on Accessible Taxi Rules (Politico)
    • City Council Approves East New York Rezoning (Politico)
    • Feds, Vance Probe NYCLASS (WSJ); City Freezes Shomrim Funds After NYPD Bribery Arrest (Post)
    • Post Columnist Basically Makes the Case for Driving as a Constitutional Right

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