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8:50 AM EDT on June 30, 2016

    • Chris Christie Presses NJ Senate to Raise the Gas Tax (Politico)
    • Signs of Progress in the Effort to Reform NYC's Commercial Trash Carting Industry (Crain's - Paywall)
    • How Does Narrowing Flatbush Ave By the Manny-B Affect Traffic? Let's Find Out (Bklyn Paper)
    • Brooklyn's Tallest Building Will Come With a New Entrance to Dekalb Ave Subway Station (Bklyn Paper)
    • Sauchu Chen, Hit By Driver on Staten Island Saturday, Dies From Injuries (Advance)
    • Driver Killed in Two-Car Crash on Cross Island Parkway (News)
    • Amazing That More People Don't Lose Their Lives on NYC Streets (Post)
    • Fines Kick in Tomorrow for NYC Businesses That Don't Offer Transit Tax Benefit (News)
    • The Advance Monitors Compliance on the Staten Island Expressway's HOV Lane
    • Times Square Plazas, Now With More Teal (DNA)

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