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    • Subway Ridership Hit 67-Year High in 2015 (News, NY1, DNA)
    • At the Same Time, On-Time Performance Is Getting Worse (WNYC)
    • Cuomo's Earth Day Posturing Would Feel a Lot More Genuine If He Cared About Transit (MTR)
    • Winner of Today's Vote to Replace Shelly Silver Could Rep Lower Manhattan for Decades (JP Updates)
    • Skateboarder Killed in Crash With Parks Department Truck Driver Was Rodney Tavarez, 18 (News)
    • We'll Know a Lot More About the L Train Shutdown Next Month (2nd Ave SagasNYT, DNA)
    • More Frequent Off-Peak Service Coming to the 2 and 7 Trains (NY1, DNA 1, 2)
    • The Times Explains MTA's Next-Gen Fare Payment
    • ...Which Probably Won't Debut on Schedule, If You Can Believe It (News)
    • James Vacca Tries to Keep Traffic Moving (BxTimes)

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