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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Jean Paul Guerrero, 39, in Highland Park (NewsGothamist)
    • Daily News Co-Publisher: 21st Century NYC Needs to Move Beyond Its 20th Century Transport System
    • Cuomo's Uber Bill Includes Surcharge to Fund MTA (Politico)
    • Tri-State: Political Squabbling Jeopardizes Important Port Authority Transportation Projects
    • Paul White: As Bike-Share Expands, So Should Safe Streets for Biking (AMNY)
    • Brooklyn Legal Advocate Makes the Case to MTA Board for Lower Fares, Fewer Fare Evasion Arrests (AMNY)
    • Cuomo Continues His 2nd Ave Subway Credit-Grubbing Tour (NYTWNYC, Post)
    • MTA Awards $80M M Train Rehab Contract to Schiavone Construction Despite Checkered Past (DNA)
    • New Citywide Ferry Operator Starts Taking Over East River Routes (DNA)
    • More Coverage of NYC's New Parking Payment App (PoliticoAMNY, Post)
    • Rental Truck Driver Backs Over, Seriously Injures Man Unloading Goods in Marine Park (Post)

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