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    • Cuomo's Big Subway Reveal: Countdown Clocks, Wi-Fi, Contactless Fares (Politico, WNYCNY1)
    • Ben Kabak: That's It?
    • The Governor Has an Expensive Transportation Wishlist (NYT) And No Way to Pay For It (NYSlant)
    • Can the Port Authority Afford Its Share of Cuomo's Penn Station Overhaul? (WSJ)
    • Drivers Hit and Kill Man in Brownsville, One Flees Scene (Post)
    • Advocates to City Council: Don't Jump the Gun on Uber Regs (Crain's)
    • Kvetchers Blame Queens Blvd Congestion on Bike Lane That Barely Claimed Any Space From Cars (DNA)
    • Meanwhile, Queens Boulevard Redesign Recognized as a National Example (NY1)
    • UES Residents Raise Red Flag About Intersection of 79th and York (DNA)
    • The Case for Broadway as a Linear Park (News)
    • 50 Years Ago, a Transit Strike Rocked NYC and "Rush Hour Started at 4 AM" (AMNY)

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