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    • Hard to See How Cuomo Can Pay for His Transpo Wish List Without Road Pricing (PoliticoCrain's)
    • What?! Judge: Driver Who Killed Victoria Nicodemus on Sidewalk Wasn't Reckless (DNA, Gothamist)
    • Add It All Up and Cuomo Wants to Spend $100 Billion on Transportation Projects, Says Aide (Politico)
    • The Most Important Project Is Maintaining the Transit System We Already Have (Gotham Gazette)
    • Where Are Cuomo's Infrastructure Ideas Coming From? (Crain's)
    • TWU and Pete Donohue Now Just Blaming Pedestrians for the Hell of It (TWUPost)
    • Former NYC DOT Policy Director Jon Orcutt Hired By TransitCenter
    • Overhauling 30 Subway Stations in 3 Years Still Isn't Fast Enough (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • DOT Fleet Overseer Caught Racking Up E-ZPass Fees for Personal Trips on the Taxpayer's Dime (Post)
    • The End of DDC Construction Work on Astor Place Plaza Within Sight (Bedford and Bowery)

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