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8:51 AM EDT on April 17, 2017

    • Dan Donovan Asks MTA to Study Returning the Verrazano to Two-Way Tolls (Bklyn Paper)
    • Daily News Fed Up With Cuomo Robbing Transit Riders
    • In the State Budget: More of Cuomo's Pet "Economic Development" Projects, Less Oversight (Gotham Gazette)
    • NJ Transit Train Immobilized for Hours Under the Hudson on Friday (AMNY), Then Hell Broke Loose (WNYC)
    • During Peak Hours, Astoria Ferry Service Will Max Out at Three Boats Per Hour (DNA)
    • NYC Pavement Quality Has Been Eroding Since 2012 (Crain's)
    • Daily News: Make the Q70 Fare-Free Forever
    • Turns Out, Taxi Medallions Were a Risky Bet (NY1)
    • Will the Problem of Illegal Police and Court Officer Parking on Jay Street Ever Be Solved? (Bklyn Paper)
    • A Visual Metaphor for Our Times (WWLP)

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