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    • Cuomo Continues Gubernatorial Tradition of Trying to Make the MTA Someone Else's Problem (NYT)
    • Advocates, Budget Watchdogs Aren't Impressed With Gov's Transit Funding Outline (Crain's 1, 2)
    • Daily News: Cuomo's Wrong, Move NY Has Changed the Politics of Road Pricing in NYC
    • Northeast Corridor and Trans-Hudson Rail Tunnels Held Together With Duct Tape (NYTWNYC)
    • Chris Christie Has a Tunnel Under the Hudson He'd Like to Sell You (NYTWNYC, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • WSJ: Citi Bike's Upgrades Are Improving the Experience for Riders
    • More Coverage of Citi Bike Expansion (NYTDNA, News)
    • Schumer: Feds Should Accelerate Tech to Prevent Drunk Driving (News)
    • Meet the VC-Backed Companies on a Mission to Get New Yorkers to Drive Private Cars (Crain's)
    • Uber's Pick-Up Patterns in NYC Don't Look That Different From Yellow Cabs (NYT)
    • Manhattan and the Bronx Celebrate the Reopened High Bridge (Gothamist)

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