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    • Albany Has No Plans to Help NYC Transit Riders, Which Suits Carl Heastie Just Fine (Politico)
    • Related: De Blasio Pressures Cuomo to Step Up (News)
    • Amy Cohen: Politics Mustn't Block Life-Saving Speed Cameras (News); News Previews Today's Rally
    • LIRR Service Is the Worst It's Been in 10 Years (WSJ [Paywall])
    • Former City Official: NYC's Transit System Is Screwed; Here's Why (Fusion)
    • NYT Paints de Blasio as a Transit Dilettante, Suggests Alternate Gym Locations
    • Charles Komanoff Explains Why de Blasio's Gym Trips Are a Problem (CTC)
    • Unlicensed Driver Who Hit Mom and 2 Kids Was "Speeding Around 50 and 60" (News)
    • Man Who Injured Columbia Student Is Exhibit A for Tougher Unlicensed Driving Penalties (DNA)
    • Daughter: My Dad Was Killed by a Speeding Motorcyclist and Cy Vance Did Nothing (Our Town)
    • Jay Street-MetroTech Subway Station Entrances Will Be Renovated (Bklyn Paper)
    • City to Repave 3-Mile Queens Greenway Connecting Cunningham and Alley Pond Parks (DNA)
    • Will Park With Bike Track “Get Riders Off the Streets”? Advance: Fingers Crossed!

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