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8:57 AM EST on February 16, 2017

    • Hakim Papers Over Cuomo's Latest MTA Budget Raid (News)
    • All Hands on Deck to Fix Cuomo's LaGuardia Traffic Mess (News)
    • With PA Board Voting Today, Mitchell Moss Recites Gov's AirTrain Talking Points (News)
    • MTA Not Interested in Improving Bus Service for Lower East Side Seniors (DNA)
    • Road Lobby Names NYC Bridges and Overpasses on “Deficient” List (Reuters, NY1)
    • Police Are Ticketing Toll Cheats and NY1 Smells a Conspiracy
    • School Bus Driver Severely Injures 11-Year-Old Girl on Nostrand Avenue (News, DNA)
    • A Brief History of Driver-Into-Restaurant Crashes in Staten Island (Advance)
    • Parking or Road Widening? Oddo and Matteo Face Terrible Choice (Advance)
    • The Times Goes Deep on the Scheming Behind Council Speaker Race

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