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    • No End in Sight for the NJ Transit Horror Show (Bloomberg)
    • Bicycle Delivery Workers Tell the Times About the Struggle and Risk of Their Jobs
    • De Blasio Signs Waste Equity Bill Curbing Garbage Truck Traffic in Overburdened Neighborhoods (News)
    • The Ultimate Power Move in Response to Albany Speed Cam Inaction: Ban Cars Near Schools (Curbed)
    • Resign Yourself to Broiling on Subway Platforms Every Summer From Here on Out (Voice)
    • Transit Scribe Dan Rivoli Talks MTA Politics With Brian Lehrer (WNYC)
    • Can Broadway Junction Handle All the Transfers From Canarsie During the L Shutdown? (Gothamist)
    • Dorothy Bruns' Lawyer Expects Case to Go to Trial (Bklyn Paper)
    • Here's How Parking Meter Rate Adjustments Play in the Queens Chronicle
    • SUV Driver Plows Into Tree in Pleasant Plains (Advance)
    • Old, Bumpy, Bone-Rattling Belgian Blocks Must Never Be Despoiled, Decree DUMBO NIMBYs (Bklyn Paper)

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