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    • Schumer's Convinced He Can Work Out a Big Infrastructure Deal With Trump and GOP (NYT)
    • De Blasio Budget Increases Funding for DOT Street Safety Projects (WNYC)
    • Board Members Demand Answers From MTA About Breakdowns and Delays (News, AMNY, NY1)
    • NYC Will Pay Out $75 Million Because of NYPD's Penchant for Bogus Criminal Summonses (NYT)
    • TSTC: Better Bus Service to LGA Will Deliver More Bang for the Buck Than Cuomo's AirTrain
    • De Blasio Calls for Albany to Legalize Design-Build Contracting for NYC (Observer)
    • Drivers Seriously Injure Two Pedestrians in Separate Crashes in Manhattan and Brooklyn (News)
    • Road Rager's License Suspended After Hitting Boy on Sidewalk (News), Had His Own Kids in Car (Post)
    • Five Years After Sandy Flooding, the "New" South Ferry Station Will Reopen This Summer (NY1)
    • Tony Avella Has Had Enough of These Bioswales (TL)

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