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8:54 AM EDT on March 19, 2018

    • Planning Department Looking to Reduce Parking Requirements for Commercial Development (Crain's)
    • Albany Could Fund Congestion Tolling Tech in the Budget, Leave Details for Later (Crain's)
    • Uber Comes Out Swinging Against Assembly Dems' Lame For-Hire Trip Charges (News)
    • Gelinas and Weisbrod: Cuomo's State-Mandated Value Capture Bound to Fail (Post)
    • Gateway Chief "Just Knows" Trump Will Fund the Project (Politico)
    • MTA Subway Schedules Aren't Keeping Up With Changes Caused By Repair Work (News)
    • As of This Morning, Congestion on Flatbush Ave and Roosevelt Ave Has Been SOLVED (Post)
    • Drunk NYPD Cadet Drives Wrong Way, Crashes Into Ambulance, Keeps Driving (News)
    • Driver Crashes on I-95 in the Bronx and Dies (Post)
    • NYC Assembly Reps Hard at Work Looking Out for Transit Riders (QChron)
    • Motordom Has Brainwashed Clyde Haberman (NYT)

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