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8:52 AM EDT on April 29, 2016

    • Albany Has Put Off Confirmation of de Blasio's MTA Board Appointees for Nearly a Year (MTR)
    • Today's the Day DOT Officially Opens the Pulaski Bridge Bikeway (Gothamist)
    • DOT's Crosstown UES Bike Lane Plan -- Now With More Bike Lanes (DNA)
    • $4 Billion WTC PATH Station Will Get a Ribbon-Cutting After All (Politico)
    • 3 Things Brooklyn Spoke Would Change About Car-Free Day
    • Western Queens Needs Better Pricing and Fewer NYPD Vehicles at the Curb (Courier)
    • Baychester Golf Course Will Be Replaced By Shopping Center With 1,200 Parking Spaces (BxTimes)
    • Pedestrian Island Coming to 138th Street and 31st Road; Tony Avella Pleased (QChron)
    • Surely This Will Fix Congestion on the Staten Island Expressway (AdvanceDNA)
    • The Marketing of de Blasio's Ferry Service Has Begun (DNA)

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