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    • There's a Special Election in Harlem Today and Your Vote Could Go a Long Way (Post)
    • Transit Advocates Push Back Against Cuomo's $65 Million MTA Funding Cut (D&C)
    • NJ Lawmakers Anxious to Get Moving on New Port Authority Bus Terminal (Politico)
    • De Blasio Teases Plan to Address Congestion in State of the City Address (NYT)
    • Missing Piece in $2 Billion GWB Rehab: Enough Space for Biking and Walking (Crain's)
    • The Medallion Industry Sounds Increasingly Desperate (Post)
    • Because of ICE Raids, People Are Afraid to Walk the Streets in Port Richmond (Advance)
    • More Coverage of Yesterday's Action for Discount MetroCards (AMNY, DNA, Post, NY1)
    • School Bus Driver Jumps Curb on UES, Injuring 4 Doe Fund Workers; No Charges (Post)
    • The 168th Street Subway Station Is Still in Disgraceful Shape (DNA)

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