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8:56 AM EST on February 7, 2017

    • Andrew Cuomo Is Living His Dream of Building a Useless AirTrain Link to LGA (AMNY)
    • Instead of Airport Transit, How About Investing Port Authority Funds in Freight Rail (MTR)
    • City Hall Makes Its Case for Mega-Development Over Sunnyside Yard (Crain's, TL, Politico, NewsDNA)
    • State Senate Passes Statewide Uber Bill (WSJ)
    • Brooklyn CB 6: Cut Truck Traffic By Bringing Back Two-Way Tolling on the Verrazano (Bklyn Paper)
    • TA Calls Out Richard Brown for Letting Driver Who Killed Navraj Raju Off the Hook (TL)
    • Not Even a Ticket for Turning Driver Who Critically Injured Woman Crossing Street in Rossville (Advance)
    • How Unreliable Is Bus Service in the Bronx? (CityLimits)
    • If You Believe the Post, Taxis on NYC Streets Are in Worse Shape Than They Used to Be
    • 350 Apartments Will Replace NYPD Parking Lot in Jamaica (TL)
    • Uber's Next Big Plan to Set Money on Fire (Post)

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