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    • Cuomo's Already Spending Money on His Backwards LaGuardia AirTrain (News, AMNY, DNA, NY1)
    • After 8 Years of Christie Mismanagement, NJ Governor Candidates Compete on Transit Policy (NYT)
    • First Week of City's Ferry Service Got as Many Riders as a Single Below-Average Bus Route (AMNY)
    • Joe Ponte Tells City Council He "Misunderstood City's Vehicle Policy" (Politico)
    • De Blasio: Ponte and Corrections Officials Made Honest Mistake (News); Daily News: Ponte Must Go
    • Study: A Lot of Citi Bike Riders Are Switching From the Bus (CityLab)
    • City Council Considers Bill to Expand Use of All-Way Walk Signals (Post)
    • The East River Esplanade Is Falling Apart (DNA, NY1)
    • Drivers Crash Into Buildings on Upper West Side and in Inwood (Rag, DNA)
    • Errol Louis Welcomes Republicans Who'll Price NYC Roads (News)

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