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8:41 AM EDT on May 31, 2017

    • Gelinas: Cuomo's MTA Legacy Will Be Ever-Rising Fares and Bottomless Debt (Post)
    • Cuomo Picks for PANYNJ Board: Construction Union Boss and a Campaign Donor (Politico)
    • Amtrak Now Cuomo's Punching Bag (Voice); Related: Tuesday Morning's LIRR Commute (NYT)
    • Northeast Corridor Service Will Be Scaled Back for Penn Station Work (NYT)
    • Jersey Congressional Delegation Urges Trump to Fund Gateway (Politico)
    • Ferries Already Just Another Transit Headache (NYT); South Brooklyn Route Launches Today (NY1)
    • MTA to Study Staten Island-NJ Transit Light Rail Connection (AP)
    • NYPD Is Initiating Fewer Pedestrian Stops (NYT)
    • Witnesses Say SI Hit-and-Run Driver Appeared to Have Targeted Victim Anthony Figuerola (Advance)
    • People Are Complaining About New Countdown Clocks on the L Line (Gothamist)
    • The Times Published a Primer on Biking to Work

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