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    • Jim Dwyer Rips Electeds Who Played Politics With Transit While Neglecting Basic Needs (NYT)
    • Subway Maintenance Malpractice Is Nothing New. How Will Cuomo Turn It Around? (Post 1, 2)
    • NYT: Cuomo Doesn't Need More Board Members to Fix MTA; News: Pay for Fixes With Road Pricing
    • Service Is Worse and Expectations Are Higher Than the Last Time Joe Lhota Ran the MTA (MTR)
    • Internal Affairs Showed Up at @PlacardAbuse's House to Intimidate Him (Post)
    • DOT Moving Ahead With More Bus Lanes on Woodhaven Boulevard (QChron)
    • Taxi Driver Critically Injures Cyclist on Canal Street (DNA)
    • Wrong-Way Driver Fleeing Police Seriously Injures Cyclist in Midtown (News)
    • The Man Who Assaulted Domingo Diego-Tapia and Put Him in a Coma Has Been Apprehended (DNA)
    • Massey: Deck Over the Cross-Bronx and BQE With $400 Million in New Parks (Post)
    • Guessing That No One Who Worked on This WNBC Piece Bikes on NYC Streets

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