Today’s Headlines

  • State Senate Votes to Axe MTA Capital Funds (Daily Politics, 2nd Ave Sagas)
  • Senate Transportation Bill Includes Restoration of Commuter Transit Benefit (TransNat)
  • Related: Bloomberg to Explain to Eric Cantor How Cities Work (TransNat, Capital NY)
  • Report Finds New York World’s Most Competitive City (WNYC, Crain’s)
  • Curb-Jumping Cabbie Pins Pedestrian to Building in Midtown (Post, DNA)
  • Should Cab Drivers Be Behind the Wheel 70 Hours a Week? (Gotham Gazette)
  • City Close to Deal for Jackson Heights Park Land (News)
  • City Room Has Renderings of the High Line Expansion Into Hudson Yards
  • Developers Propose Pedestrian-Oriented Replacement for South Street Seaport Mall (DNA)
  • Former Staffer Tells How the MTA Opened Up Its Data (NY World)
  • Intriguing Alternative to Killer Garbage Trucks: Trash Tubes (Forbes)
  • Casey Neistat Shows What It Takes to Get Caught Stealing a Bike (NYT)

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