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8:52 AM EST on February 6, 2017

    • How Much Does Motor Vehicle Registration Fraud Cost New York? (Crain's)
    • These Queens Voters Are Paying Closer Attention to Albany (Voice)
    • Port Authority Has Better Ways to Spend $1.7B Than a PATH Extension to Newark Airport (MTR)
    • RPA: During the L Shutdown, Let's Show the Full Potential of NYC Streets (Crain's)
    • Constantinides: Steinway Street Needs a Town Square (DNA)
    • The Perpetual Struggle to Keep NYC Streets and Sidewalks Clean (NYT)
    • Two Drivers Critically Injured a Man By Lehman High School Last Month (BxTimes)
    • Pedestrian Injuries Spiked in Rego Park and Forest Hills in January (DNA)
    • FDNY Puts Ambulance Operators on Restricted Duty for Antics Behind the Wheel (Post)
    • Last Week Was a Nightmare for Riders at the 168th Street 1 Station (DNA)

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