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8:48 AM EDT on May 12, 2017

    • Jeff Klein Expected to Sponsor Speed Camera Expansion Bill (News)
    • Joe Ponte Will Reportedly Resign (NYT); De Blasio Still Doesn't See a Problem (News, Politico)
    • Amtrak Offers Scant Details on Pending Penn Station Work (NYTNews, DNAPost)
    • Moorman Proposes Joint Penn Control (Politico); Cuomo, Christie Want Private Firm (WNYC, Politico)
    • Cuomo Spox Dismisses Protest Over Terrible Subway Conditions as "Performance Art" (News)
    • De Blasio Questions Need for Cuomo's LaGuardia AirTrain (AMNY)
    • Port Authority's GWB Bus Station Renovation Two Years Behind Schedule, and Counting (NY1)
    • Ben Kallos Says New Buses Will Solve Bunching on East Side Routes (DNA)
    • Cab Driver Dies in Manhattan Crash (Post); 15 Hurt in Crash Involving Bus and DSNY Truck (AMNY, Post)
    • Must-Read Urban Omnibus Interview With Mujeres en Movimiento Organizer Verónica Ramírez
    • Scandal Watch: Are IDC Members Getting Paid to Caucus With Republicans? (NYT)

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