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    • In de Blasio's Alternate Reality NYC, Motorists Are Poor and Turnstile Jumpers Are Flush (Politico)
    • Alon Levy: Land Use Has Concentrated Subway Ridership, But the System Isn't Maxed Out
    • Paul White: NYC Would Be More Affordable Without Moses-Era Parking Requirements (Crain's)
    • More Coverage of RPA's Report Diagnosing High MTA Construction Costs (AMNY, Curbed, NY1)
    • Melinda Katz and Francisco Moya Will Lead Revived Willets Point Development Project (NYT)
    • Penn Station Bound Acela Train Decouples At Speed (Post)
    • NTSB: Sleep Apnea Is Causing Train Crashes; Trump: So What? (NYT, WNYC)
    • MTA Can't Keep Subway Platforms Clear of Slippery Schmutz (NYT)
    • Unlicensed Driver Critically Injures Senior on White Plains Road in Parkchester (Bx Times)
    • New York City Is Mismanaging Curb Space, Example Infinity + 1 (Post)
    • That Time Tom Wrobleski Made the Case for Congestion Pricing (Advance)

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