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    • Cuomo's Congestion Panel Discussed Three Road Pricing Options at First Meeting (News)
    • Bernie Sanders and NYC Transit Politics Don't Mix (NYT, NewsDNA, Post, NY1, Gothamist)
    • Paul White: To Prevent Traffic Deaths, de Blasio Should Embrace Congestion Pricing (Gotham Gazette)
    • Village Voice Has a 5-Point Transportation Plan for de Blasio's Second Term
    • Bad News: NJ Transit Ridership Fell 3 Percent Last Year; Good News: Christie's Almost Gone (Record)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Jeremiah Grant, 8, in Jersey City; No Charges (AP)
    • Hit-and-Run Dump Truck Driver Seriously Injures NYPD Cadet Outside Police Academy (DNA, News, Post)
    • Speeding Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Man on Roebling Street in Williamsburg (DNA)
    • Winds, Faulty Signals, Broken Trains Snarl Monday Morning Transit Commutes (News)
    • Sparks Fly From Overheated F Train, Delaying Evening Rush (News)

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