Today’s Headlines

  • $15.2 Billion Capital Plan Funding Gap Is Largest in MTA History (WNYC, WSJ2nd Avenue Sagas)
  • Tappan Zee Loan Investigation “First Real Test” for Body Set Up to Keep Tabs on Authorities (Capital)
  • As Anticipated Deal With REQX Drags On, Stringer Begins Audit of Citi Bike (News)
  • Feds Announce $3.3 Billion to Beef Up Transit Resiliency Against Future Storms (NYT)
  • Trottenberg on Central Park Cyclists: “We’re Going to Need More Enforcement, Clearly” (Capital)
  • Council Parks Committee Chair Mark Levine Proposes Lower Speed Limit, Car-Free Parks (News)
  • Illegal Dollar Van Drivers Get Back on Road After Enforcement Sweeps (DNA)
  • Driver Hits Woman Pushing Stroller in West End Avenue Crosswalk (West Side Rag)
  • Diplomats From More Than 180 Countries Owe NYC $16 Million in Parking Tickets (WSJ)
  • Streetsblog Gets Results: Norwood Sidewalk, Once Usurped for Parking, Now Restored (Urban Residue)

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