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    • Allegations Against de Blasio of Campaign Finance Misdeeds Are Mounting (NYT, Politico, News)
    • More Cuomo Meddling in MTA Management -- What Could Go Wrong? (WSJ)
    • Shocker: Consultants Hired By City Hall Find BQX Streetcar "Reasonable" (Politico)
    • Design-Build Contracts Cut Construction Costs, But They're Illegal for Most NY Projects (Crain's)
    • DOT Shells Out to Accommodate Large Trucks, More Traffic By Hutchinson Metro Center (BxTimes)
    • Ydanis: Next Year's Car-Free Day Will Be Bigger (News)
    • Red Light Running Driver Slams Into Church Van, Injuring 6, Then Flees (CBS2News)
    • Blossom Avenue and Main Street in Flushing Is a Dangerous Intersection in Need of Change (QChron)
    • David King: Penn Station Can Be Fixed Without Building a New One From the Ground Up (News)
    • The Times' Guide for Beginner Cyclists in NYC
    • People You Share the Road With (NewsPost)

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