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    • It's Happening: Cuomo Will Tear Down the Sheridan Expressway (NYT, NewsPolitico)
    • The Real Reason DOT's Taking Years to Redesign 111th Street -- James Lisa Lives There (Voice)
    • Transit Fares Went Up Yesterday, But Transit Service Isn't Getting Any Better (AMNY, PostNY1)
    • The Price Disparity Between Free and Tolled East River Crossings Increased Yesterday Too (DNA)
    • Daily News: It's Up to NJ Lawmakers to Reform the Port Authority
    • Christie's Upset That Trump's Threatening a Trans-Hudson Transit Tunnel and Irony Is Dead (NYT)
    • L Train Shutdown Will Last 15 Months, Not 18 -- NYC Still Needs a Serious Replacement Plan (Gothamist)
    • Driver Strikes and Kills Woman on Major Deegan (News)
    • Yadira Arroyo, Killed By Man Who Hijacked Her Ambulance, Remembered By Her 5 Sons (Post)
    • Main Street in Downtown Flushing Will Have Wider Sidewalks This Summer (TLQChron)

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