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8:49 AM EDT on May 26, 2016

    • Eric Adams Wants Bike Lanes and Other Traffic Calming Measures on Flatbush Avenue (AMNY)
    • Driver Strikes Child Boarding a School Bus in Stapleton Section of Staten Island (Advance)
    • No One Is Stepping Up to Address the Northeast's Deteriorating Transit Infrastructure (NYT)
    • WTC Concourse Linking PATH and the Subway Opens Today (CBS, NY1); News Not Impressed
    • The MTA Is Holding an L Train Meeting in Canarsie This Evening (AMNY)
    • The Second Avenue Subway Is Officially on the Map (NY1)
    • Daily News Story on de Blasio's Stalled MTA Board Nominations Is Clear as Mud
    • Citizens Budget Commission Questions de Blasio's BQX Cost Estimates (Crain's)
    • More Coverage of Council Reform Package for Minor Offenses: NYT, Gothamist; Post Yells at Cloud
    • New York Spends Less on Parks Than Other Major U.S. Cities (Politico)
    • If You Can't Add Density on Broadway in Manhattan, Where Can You Do It? (Politico; DNA 12)
    • Welcome to New York, Where Widened Highway Bridges Are Considered "Green" (ENR via @capntransit)

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