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    • Cuomo and Port Authority Board Come to Terms on PABT -- But Does Cuomo Get His AirTrain? (NY1)
    • TWU Local 100 Says Off-Board Fare Collection Is Safer for Bus Drivers, Wants More of It (AMNY)
    • Developers Who Have Bungled the GWB Bus Terminal Reno Deign to Engage the Locals, Kind Of (DNA)
    • Bronx Council Members Withdraw Support From Bill to Reform Solid Waste Distribution (Politico)
    • O'Neill Says NYPD Will Keep Doing Stop-and-Frisk, Won't Target Undocumented Immigrants (WSJ)
    • Motorist Hits Three People Changing Tire on I-95 in the Bronx, Killing One; No Charges (AMNY, News)
    • Drivers in the 19th Precinct Put Two People in the Hospital Last Weekend and Ben Kallos Said Nothing (DNA)
    • Safe Streets Critic and Toll Reform Foe Tony Avella Says He'll Run for Mayor Again (Politico)
    • Meadowlands Mega-Mall Will Be Heavily Subsidized by New Jersey Taxpayers (WNYC)
    • Tom Wrobleski: Let's Give DOT's Car-Share Parking Plan a Chance -- Ha Ha JK (Advance)

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