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8:55 AM EST on February 21, 2017

    • DOT May Extend Fulton Street Bus Lanes to Clinton Hill (Bklyn Paper)
    • Third Avenue and Seventh Avenue -- Throwbacks to 1950s Street Design (AMNY)
    • Port Authority Mulls $4 Fee for Taxi Pick-Ups and Drop-Offs at Airports (News)
    • Daily News: Forget the AirTrain to LaGuardia and Extend the N Instead
    • DOT Watered Down Its Bike Lane Plan for the DUMBO Section of Jay Street (Bklyn Paper)
    • City Limits Surveys the State of Street Safety in NYC
    • Why Exactly Are These North Brooklyn Merchants So Upset About the L Train Replacement Plan? (DNA)
    • What It Would Take to Complete Cuomo's 750-Mile Empire State Trail System (NYT)
    • Midtown South Precinct Uses Ninth Avenue Turn Lane as "Overflow Parking" (DNA)
    • Thanks, Robert Moses (Post)

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