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    • More Evidence That NYC Should Not Be in Business With Action Carting (BK Paper)
    • Mirror Mirror on the Wall, Who's the Fairest, Greenest Mayor of All? (NYT, Politico)
    • NY and NJ Are On Their Own With Gateway, Like There Was Any Doubt (PoliticoCrain's)
    • Check Out the Upstate Olympic Training Camp NYC Straphangers Are Paying For (WNBC)
    • Center for an Urban Future on Outer Borough Transit: a "Crisis Without a Rescue Plan" (GG)
    • WSJ: Gridlock Is Mucking Up Cab Rides From Midtown to LGA
    • Move NY and RPA Pitch Congestion Pricing to Crain's Readers
    • Patch Warns Motorists About Woodhaven Boulevard Bus Lane Cameras
    • Forest Hills COC Campaigns Against Life-Saving Queens Boulevard Bikeway (FHP)
    • Motorist Critically Injures Person Walking in Brownsville and Flees (WABC, WCBS)
    • Imagine Spending Your Life Filing Lawsuits Over Traffic Tickets (AMNY)

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