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    • Chuck Schumer Freaking Out About Getting the Gateway Tunnel Done Under Trump (PoliticoObserver)
    • Reuters Highlights the All-Important Question of How Gateway Will Affect West Side Highway Traffic
    • De Blasio: Pay-to-Play Allegations About BQX Streetcar Are a "Conspiracy Theory" (Politico)
    • Prendergast "Cautiously Optimistic" 2nd Ave Subway Service Will Begin in 2016 (NYTNY1Post, AMNY)
    • Kabak: Why Is SAS Phase 1 Three Years Behind Schedule and So Ridiculously Expensive?
    • Subway Delays Are Up, Bus Service Is Getting Worse, and Riders Are Being Asked to Pay More (WNYC)
    • Driver Speeds Away From Traffic Stop, Injures Seven People in East Flatbush (News)
    • Livery Driver Crashes Through Park Slope Storefront, Injuring Two Pedestrians (DNA, Post)
    • DOT to Propose Painted Bike Lane for Seventh Avenue in Park Slope (DNA)
    • Waterside Plaza Residents Want More M34 Buses to Come Their Way on the Far East Side (DNA)
    • Don't You Dare Make Hell's Angels Walk a Little Bit to Reach Their Clubhouse (Post)

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