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8:55 AM EST on February 17, 2017

    • We Can't Have Nice Things Because Cuomo and Christie Love Airport Transit Boondoggles (Voice)
    • Port Authority Approves $3.5B for New Bus Terminal, But Somehow It Costs Much More (AMNY, Politico)
    • Port Will Make Pinch Points on GWB Paths Less Pinched (AMNY)
    • Ross Barkan: Why Doesn't Progressive Bill de Blasio Fight for Progressive Road Pricing in Albany? (Voice)
    • Ydanis and Tish James: MTA Needs to Fix 168th Street Elevators Right Away (DNA)
    • TWU Ratifies New MTA Contract (NY1)
    • Two Men Killed in One-Car Crash on Bronx River Parkway (News)
    • School Bus Driver Who Severely Injured Kimera Chin, 11, Charged With Failure to Yield (News)
    • Uber Bought Radio Spots Upstate to Make Its Case for Cuomo's Ride-Hailing Bill (Politico)
    • Nassau's Eliminating 10 Bus Routes and Cutting Service on 4 Others (Newsday)

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