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    • Another Day, Another Signal Problem Blowing Up Service on 8 Subway Lines (DNAAMNY, Gothamist)
    • The LIRR Was a Mess During the PM Rush for Good Measure (DNA)
    • MTA Claims It's Making Progress on Reducing Sky-High Capital Costs (News, AMNY, NY1)
    • Christie Offering $7 Billion in Tax Breaks to Lure Amazon -- Too Bad He Let NJ Transit Fall Apart (NYT)
    • Box Truck Driver Backing Out of Loading Bay Kills Woman, 64, at Canarsie Warehouse (DNA)
    • Police Van Driver Runs Over Kid With Machete, Fracturing His Pelvis (News)
    • A Start-Up Is Measuring the Stress of Biking NYC Streets Using Biosensors (NYT)
    • MTA Cutting Back on Overnight Station Cleaning Despite Risk of Track Fires (Post)
    • We're About to Find Out If a Privately-Financed Staten Island-Bayonne Gondola Is Feasible (Advance)
    • What, No Bus Lanes or Bike Lanes in Kalman Yeger's Neighborhood Traffic Plan? (Yeshiva World)

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