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    • World's Most Expensive Commuter Rail Project Keeps Getting More Expensive (AMNY)
    • Caving to Marty Golden, Bill Colton, and Company, MTA Delays B82 Select Bus Service (KCP)
    • Drunk Driver Careens Onto Flatbush Ave Sidewalk, Injuring Several (NewsNY1)
    • Andy Byford Cares About Subway Accessibility, But Does the Rest of the MTA? (AMNY)
    • Chronically Glitchy Subway Signals at Bergen Street Are Just 12 Years Old (NYT)
    • Penn Station's New $300 Million Concourse Already Leaking (Post)
    • Uh Oh -- NYC's High Construction Costs Feeding the Cult of Elon Musk (Politico)
    • DOT Will Transform Dangerous Lindenwood Intersection Into a Roundabout (QChron)
    • Freshman Council Member Mark Gjonaj, Parking Revanchist (Crain's)
    • Queens CB4 Leaps to Defend Parking Habits of Placard Holding District Manager Christian Cassagnol (QChron)
    • Traffic Laws Don't Apply to Keith Hernandez on His 80 MPH Commute Home to Suffolk (News)

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