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    • Family and Loved Ones Remember Victims of Traffic Violence (AMNY)
    • Schumer’s Not Trump’s Friend, But Could Become His Enabler (Politico)
    • Simcha Felder Will Caucus With Senate Republicans, Making Democratic Control Unlikely (News)
    • “Trumplock” Is Going to Happen Anytime Trump Leaves/Returns to His Hometown (News)
    • De Blasio: Fifth Ave Will Remain Open to Traffic. Okay, But How About Better Bus Lanes? (NYT, AMNY)
    • Healthy Skepticism of BQX Streetcar at Brooklyn Community Board 6 (DNA)
    • Gelinas: The MTA Has Bigger Challenges Than Opening 2nd Ave Subway Before 2017 (Post)
    • Sluggish Release of DOT Data on Woodhaven Bus Lanes Feeds the NIMBY Narrative (QChron)
    • Driver Backs Over and Injures 5-Year-Old Boy in Astoria Driveway (Post)
    • Andrea Peyser Wants You to Be Very Afraid of the Subway (Post)

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