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    • MTA Chair Lhota Justifies Conflicts of Interest By Claiming He's Not Actually an MTA Official (NYT)
    • Previewing Andy Byford's Upcoming Transit Overhaul Plan (Patch, News)
    • NYC Transit Adding Service on A, D, E, F, and Seven Queens Bus Routes (AMNY, WNYCQNS)
    • Phil Murphy Moves to Revive Two-Headed Port Authority Executive Structure (Politico)
    • MTA Expected to Slash Fares for LIRR Trips Between Atlantic Terminal and Brooklyn and Queens (AMNY)
    • Also Coming to LIRR: New Switches, Cleaner Trains and Platforms (Post)
    • Two Off-Duty NYPD Cops Die in Speeding One-Car Crash in Ulster County (News, Post)
    • As Part of BQE Rehab, DOT May Stitch Van Voorhees Park Back Together (Bklyner)
    • Daneek Miller Wants to Extend TLC Regulation to Cover Large Commuter Vans (TL)
    • Tales of the Placard Class (Post)

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