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    • Cuomo MIA on Rising Fares and Deteriorating Service But He’ll Grab Credit for 2AS (AMNY, NYT)
    • Daily News Puff Piece Punts on Question of Who Will Pay for Andrew “Moses” Cuomo’s Tappan Zee
    • AMNY Looks at 2017 City Transit Projects
    • Motorist Kills 49-Year-Old Man on Van Wyck Expressway (News)
    • There’s No Plan Yet for a Flatbush Avenue Bikeway and Bklyn Paper Is Already Stoking Bikelash
    • DNA Tries to Incite Rage Over a Handful of Car-Share Parking Spots in Upper Manhattan
    • Dinowitz Assures Riverdale Cranks That Biz Group Plan for Humane Streets Is Going Nowhere (Press)
    • No, Staten Island Doesn’t Have “Enough” Parking — and It Never Will (Advance)
    • Here’s What It Takes to Get NYPD to Notice Blocked Sidewalks and Obscured License Plates (Post)
    • A Reminder — Most Access-A-Ride Trips Don’t Involve Wheelchair Users (NY1)
    • How Terrible an Idea Is the Meadowlands Mega-Mall? Trump Wanted to Build It (NYT)
    • Sen. John DeFrancisco: Let’s Saddle NYers With a $3B Syracuse Highway Tunnel (Syracuse.com)

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