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8:58 AM EDT on October 30, 2015

    • Congressional and State Electeds Slam MTA for Cutting SAS Funds, Offer No Help (WNYC, 2AS, NYT)
    • Nascent Post Social Justice Squad Rips de Blasio, But Not Cuomo, for "Screwing" Harlem
    • More Coverage of Groundbreaking Liao Settlement (Gothamist, Post)
    • Daily News No Longer Claiming Allison Liao "Broke Free" From Her Grandmother
    • NEC Planning Chief Says Amtrak Open to Private Finance for Hudson Rail Project (Politico)
    • Joe Crowley Wants de Blasio to Protect Medallion Investors, Somehow (Crain's)
    • South Ferry Station Entrance Will Close for Nine Months for Sandy Repairs (News)
    • Broken MetroCard Machines Strand Inwood Commuters (DNA)
    • City Council Approves More Parking for Staten Island Ferris Wheel (DNA)
    • The Transformation Department Is Shaming DOT (CityLab)
    • Boo! Subway Riders Haunted by Ghosts, Years of Spooky Fiscal Neglect (AMNY)

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