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    • City Says State Budget Gives MTA Too Much Leeway on Zoning (WSJ)
    • One of Cuomo's MTA Board Nominees Was Just Awarded a Big MTA Contract (WNYC)
    • Got a Plan to Handle the L Train Shutdown? Bring It (News)
    • DOT Proposes Narrowing Auto Lanes and Adding Bike Lanes to Slow Drivers in Stapleton (DNA)
    • Manhattan CB 4: DOT Resistance to Split-Phase Signals Is Killing People (DNA)
    • Car Thief Who Killed Woman on Henry Hudson Parkway Has History of License Suspensions (DNA)
    • Queens Electeds Rallied for Toll Reform; Gianaris and Simotas Not Onboard (Times Ledger)
    • Daneek Miller Says Move NY Wouldn't Provide Queens Residents With Alternatives to Driving (Crain's)
    • DNA Goes Longform on the Past and Future of NYC Street Fairs
    • Cuozzo: Let Building Owners Bring Commercial Activity to "Lousy" Water Street Plazas (Post)
    • Pat Lynch Wants to Pick the Next Mayor (WSJ)

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