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Did Christie Aides Cover Up Bridgegate? (link)

Company Behind Citi Bike Infrastructure Gets a New Owner (link)

Fund for Disabled Taxi Drivers Hits Legal Setback (link)


A second Port Authority commissioner has resigned, the second in a month. (WSJ)

The police car that hit a pedestrian on the Upper West Side may not have had its sirens on, witnesses said, contradicting earlier reports. (Gothamist)

A driver faces manslaughter and DWI charges after her car crashed on the Belt Parkway early Monday, killing her passenger. (NY Daily News)

The NYC Department of Transportation needs "a consistent methodology" in tracking the location and severity of crashes, says Commissioner Polly Trottenberg. (Transportation Alternatives

The first day of the Pulaski Skyway shutdown was not the Carmageddon some feared. (Star-Ledger)

Uber drivers in Seattle explore forming a union (KIRO TV)

Japan's levitating trains could come to America. (NPR)

US Airways accidentally tweeted porn. (LA Times)

And a Dutch teenager who tweeted a "joke" terror threat to American Airlines was arrested. (CNN)

A switch problem sparked delays and cancellations on the Long Island Railroad during yesterday evening's commute. And tweets from LIRR parody accounts. (Newsday)

And everyone say awww: the dog that raced a Metro-North train last week has a new home. (NBC 4)