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    • De Blasio: MTA, Not NYC, Should Subsidize Fares for New Yorkers With Low Incomes (News, Gothamist)
    • Related: TransitCenter Explains How TfL Uses Payment Tech to Cap Fares for Cost-Conscious Riders
    • Yesterday’s Vision Zero Happy Talk Rings Hollow to the Voice; More: GothamistPost, AMNY, News
    • Hank Miller: Funding Street Redesigns Would Show de Blasio Is Committed to Vision Zero (News)
    • Thousands of Motorists Are Cheating Toll and Traffic Cameras and Getting Away With It (News)
    • 50th Precinct CO Blames Senior, Left Brain Dead, for Being Hit by Driver on Broadway in Riverdale (Press)
    • In New York, a DWI Homicide Conviction Gets You Probation and Community Service (Post)
    • Family of Clara Almazo Settles Suit With Sociopath Who Killed Her in Front of Grandson (Advance)
    • Cuomo Vetoes Bill to Restore Job Protection for City School Bus Drivers (Post)
    • Council Approves Rent-Regulated Housing Projects in Manhattan and the Bronx (Politico)
    • Damn Citi Bike (Advance, News, News)

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