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    • De Blasio Announces Ferry Contract With Estimated $6.60 Subsidy Per Ride (NYT, Politico, Gothamist)
    • Cuomo and de Blasio Aren't Talking to Each Other About the City and State Budgets (Politico)
    • State Lawmakers Reject Panderer Cuomo's Thruway Toll Tax Break (Empire Center)
    • Riders Alliance to AMNY Readers: You're on Cuomo's Turf When You Ride the Subway
    • More on Rodriguez's Car-Free Earth Day Presser: Politico, AMNY, DNA
    • Speeding, Unlicensed Driver Fleeing Police Crashes Car on West Village Sidewalk (DNA)
    • Reminder: Crossing Guards Are a Symptom of Unsafe Streets, Not a Solution (Post)
    • Homicide Indictment for Sober Limo Driver in Suffolk Crash That Killed Four Passengers (NYT)
    • Urban Omnibus Writer Proposes Extending the 3 Line on Existing Elevated Tracks in East New York
    • NYPD Brass Want More Officers Riding Trains (DNA)
    • WNYC Story Helps Explain Why Chris Christie Doesn't Identify With People Who Rely on Transit

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