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8:48 AM EDT on June 17, 2016

    • No Action Reported on Toll Reform or Speed Cams as Albany Session Winds Down (PoliticoNYT, WSJ)
    • Leroy Comrie Joins Daneek Miller's Campaign Against Queens Transit Improvements (TL)
    • MTA Will Extend Late-Night R Service Between Manhattan and Bay Ridge (AMNY, Bklyn Paper)
    • Advocates: MTA's Next-Gen Fare System Should Enable Proof-of-Payment on Buses (NewsAMNY)
    • Citi Bike Is Offering Free Rides This Weekend (AMNY)
    • If You Don't Drive, You Don't Matter to the "New York" Post; Meanwhile IRL: GothamistAMNY
    • DOT Soliciting Input on Downtown Jamaica Street Improvements (DNA)
    • Yankee Stadium Parking Garages Still a Horrendous Boondoggle (AP)
    • Paul White: NYPD Bike Ticket Blitzes Aren't Making Streets Safer (Gothamist)
    • In-Depth NYT Feature Examines Relationship Between NYPD and Brooklyn Shomrim Groups

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