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    • 5 Ways Andy Byford Can Turn Around NYC Transit in 2018 (TransitCenter)
    • More Coverage of the Drop in Pedestrian Deaths (News, AMNYPost) -- The Daily News Is Thrilled
    • Fact Check: Other Mayors Made Progress on Traffic Safety Before de Blasio (Politico)
    • Penn Station's New $300 Million Concourse Already Cracking (Post)
    • MTA's First All-Electric Buses Debut on Three Routes Today (AMNYPost)
    • Lobbyists Press Cuomo to Allow Non-Union Labor on Subway Projects (Crain's)
    • Corey Johnson Worries E-Bike Crackdown Will Harm Immigrant Delivery Workers (WNYC, AMNY)
    • Nicole Gelinas Doubts That Zone-Based Routes Will Fix What Ails NYC's Private Carting Industry (Post)
    • DOT Procurement Manager Busted for Getting City Contractors to Pay Church He Ran (News)
    • Good News! The Putrid Rupture in the Bergen Street Platform Wall Has Frozen Over (Bklyn Paper)

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