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    • LIRR and Metro-North Could Do So Much More for NYC Residents (City Limits)
    • Growing Number of People Violently Unleash Their Subway Frustrations on MTA Workers (Post)
    • Bradley Tusk: New York Governors Lack Political Incentive to Fix the MTA (Observer)
    • Ben Kabak: "The Governor Doesn't Appreciate the Transit System"
    • If Only There Was Some Slack in Trans-Hudson Transit to Absorb Disenchanted NJ Car Commuters (NYT)
    • DOT's Pinch Points in Prospect Park Have Already Claimed a Victim (Bklyn Paper)
    • How Much Are Gene Freidman's Taxi Medallions Worth in 2018? Find Out Next Week! (Crain's)
    • Daily News: Bail Out Cab Medallion Driver-Owners, Not "Big-Money Speculators"
    • Five Injured in Multi-Car Crash in Whitestone Last Week (TL)
    • Raves for the New Fowler Square Plaza (Bklyn Paper)

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