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    • How Cuomo and His Predecessors Failed to Invest in the Subway Infrastructure That Matters Most (NYT)
    • Cuomo Insists He's Not "Shirking Responsibility" for MTA, Proceeds to Shirk Responsibility (Politico)
    • More Info on MTA/DOT Bus Plans for L Train Shutdown, But Nothing About On-Street Busways (DNA)
    • Errol Louis: Placard Enforcement Is a Joke in This Town (News)
    • 2nd Ave Subway Daily Ridership Up to 176,000 -- MTA Adding One Roundtrip Run Per Day (AMNY, DNA)
    • Amtrak Won't Relinquish Penn Station; Cuomo Mulling LIE Bus Lanes For Displaced LIRR Riders (Post 1, 2)
    • Evergreen Headline: "My Subway Commute This Morning Sucked" (Gothamist)
    • You Know Your Transit System's in Desperate Straits When People Think Wall Street Can Help (Crain's)
    • DOT Dump Truck Driver Runs Over and Kills Man in Midtown (PostNews)
    • Tickets for Speeding and Texting Are Up in 2017. What Impact Is That Making? (Post)
    • NYPD Stonewalling Request for Race and Location Data on Fare Evasion Arrests (DNA)

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