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    • What State Lawmakers Do While Not Protecting People From Speeding Drivers (AMNYNY1)
    • Felder Still Insisting School Speed Cameras Come With Guns (Politico)
    • Jim Brennan, Basically: Straphangers Have No Idea How Bad Albany Has Screwed Them (GG)
    • Lhota to MTA Board on Conflicts of Interest: Trust Me (WSJ -- Paywall)
    • Johnson Holding Out for Fair Fares in City Budget Deal (Politico)
    • MTA Program Discounts LIRR Fares for Intracity Rides (NY1)
    • Limiting Fare Aid to CUNY Students Would Leave Out an Awful Lot of People (City Limits)
    • Todd W. Schneider Used Countdown Clock Data to Quantify Subway Wait Times
    • Will the Human-Protected Bike Lane Shame the City to Act on 43rd/Skillman? (AMNY)
    • Driver Runs Over Child on a Bike Outside Bay Ridge School; NYPD Blames Child (BK Reporter)
    • Nine Months in Jail for Motorist Who Hit Cop in Midtown (NY1)

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