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    • Hope for Move NY Next Year? Staten Island Republican Andrew Lanza Supports Modified Version (Crain's)
    • Fallback Traffic Reduction Plan: Bribe a Few NYPD Officers (Post)
    • Driver Killed 70-Year-Old Man Walking Across Atlantic Ave at Clinton Street Sunday Night (DNA)
    • Engineer: Finishing 2nd Ave Subway in 2016 Will Take "Unprecedented Performance" (AMNY)
    • Contractor Schiavone Construction Isn't Staffing 2nd Ave Subway Work Sites Properly (News, Post)
    • New Select Bus Service Routes Launching This Year: M23, B46, Q70 (AMNY)
    • Daily News: Make the Q70 a Free Link to LaGuardia
    • More Victims Are Coming Forward to Report Sex Crimes on the Subway (DNA, NewsNY1, AMNY)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez Hasn't Been Confirmed to MTA Board (WNYC)
    • Recent Carnage: Motorcyclist Killed in Crash, Stolen Cab "Joyride" Ends in Bloody Wreck (News 1, 2)
    • To Catch a Bike Thief, It Helps to Have Photos of You on Your Missing Bike (Velojoy)

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