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    • Cuomo Embeds Port Authority Power Grab in His Budget Package (Politico)
    • Fare Hike Advice From the Daily News: Keep the Single-Ride Price as Low as Possible
    • Mark Your Calendars: MTA Holding Four Workshops to Plan Service During L Train Outage (AMNY)
    • Driver Nearly Kills 10-Year-Old Boy in East New York; Cops Blame Victim (Post)
    • Road-Raging Porsche Driver Hits 14-Year-Old Boy on Greenpoint Sidewalk (News, Post)
    • Brooklyn CB 2 Votes for Bike Lanes Linking DeKalb and Schermerhorn (Bklyn Paper)
    • Advocates Collect 4,500 Signatures to Build LIRR Third Track ASAP (TL)
    • A New Staten Island Railway Station and Its 150-Car Parking Lot Opened This Weekend (DNA)
    • Here's Where NYC Streets Are in Good or Bad Shape -- See Any Patterns? (DNA)
    • NYPD Had to Put Crowd Control Officers on Bikes to Keep Up With Massive Trump Protests (Post)

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