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    • Christie Robs $500 Million From NJ Transit Maintenance to Pay for Operations (Bloomberg)
    • De Blasio: If the State Can't Fix NYC Transit, the MTA Should Be Restructured (WNYC, Crain's)
    • Asked About Transit, GOP Mayoral Challenger Nicole Malliotakis Serves Up Word Salad (Crain's)
    • Nicole Gelinas Warns of Backdoor MTA Debt in Cuomo's Funding Plan for Moynihan Station (Post)
    • Driver Kills 83-Year-Old Man Crossing Street in Flatlands; Police and Post Blame Victim
    • Turning SUV Driver Critically Injures Two Girls Crossing Street With Their Mom in Staten Island (Post)
    • Victim's Attorney Accuses MTA Bus Crash Investigators of Manipulating Evidence (Post)
    • Three Motorcyclists Died in Separate Crashes Over the Weekend (News)
    • Advocates Press Bronx and Queens DAs to Decriminalize Fare Evasion (News)
    • 300 People Have Signed TransAlt's Petition for Protected Bike Lanes on Skillman and 43rd Aves (DNA)
    • Got a Transit Question But Can't Make the MTA Board Meeting? WNYC Will Ask It for You

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