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    • Council Approves Budget (PoliticoNY1, WSJ); De Blasio Signs Bill Easing Quality of Life Penalties (DNA)
    • Toll Reform, Upstate Uber Expansion, Ethics Reform Not on Albany's To-Do List (NYT)
    • Cuomo Says His LaGuardia Renovation Will Turn New York Around (DNA, Politico, Crain'sNews)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: What's the Deal With Cuomo's LaGuardia Train?
    • Daily News Upset With Port Authority Bus Terminal Plans; GWB Terminal Revamp Still a Disaster (DNA)
    • 14th Street "PeopleWay" Concept Gets Some Press From NY1
    • New York State Treats Taxi Drivers Like Dirt, Too (Politico)
    • Manhattan CB 4 Desperately Trying to Get DOT to Do Something About Pedestrian Deaths (DNA)
    • A Road-Raging Off-Duty Cop Pulled a Gun on a Cyclist; Guess Who Got Arrested (Gothamist, News 12)
    • Motorists Crash Into Buildings in Staten Island and the Bronx (Gothamist, Post)
    • NYC Is a Model for Traffic Safety (PBS, Metro)

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