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8:57 AM EDT on May 11, 2017

    • The Cuomo Infrastructure Agenda Is All About Optics (Politico)
    • Another Penn Station Breakdown: "It's Every Day Now" (NBC, NY1, Post); More: MTR
    • How Long Can Cuomo Ignore His Broken Subway System? (Voice); Rally Today: NY1
    • Repairs Will Shut the N Train Between Astoria and LIC for Eight Weekends (AMNY)
    • Eric Adams Wants to Know How Much Transit Disruptions Are Costing the City (DNA)
    • Gersh Kuntzman Lays Into NYPD for Responding to Cyclist Deaths By Ticketing Cyclists (News)
    • Mark-Viverito Calls for Joe Ponte's Resignation (NYT, Politico)
    • Council Passes Bill Extending Commercial Cyclist Regulations to Gig Workers (News)
    • Mark Levine Wants People Who Can Afford Teslas to Have Free Parking (Rag)
    • State Opens Application Process for Robocar Testing (News); News Ready to Be Rid of Cabbies
    • Advance Tiring of Periodic NYPD Traffic Enforcement

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