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    • Cuomo: Still Playing Games With the MTA (2ASPoliticoNYT; News 12)
    • Trains Delayed Again This Morning; More on Yesterday's MessNBCABC, Post
    • Curbed Is Maintaining a Running List of Subway Meltdowns
    • Experts Propose Extended Subway Shutdowns -- Intentional Ones -- to Expedite Repairs (AMNY)
    • Post Has Subway Plan; News Applauds LIRR Discounts, Eric Adams Not Impressed (DNA)
    • WSJ Piece Advises Transit Commuters on Keeping Their Sanity; The New Yorker Is Down
    • Assembly Passes BQE Bill; No Movement Reported on Speed Cameras (Politico)
    • DDC Commissioner Feniosky Peña-Mora Resigns (News)
    • Paul Massey's G Train Solution to the L Train Shutdown Would Mess With the F (News)
    • MTA to Extend M1 Route (DNA); Countdown Clocks Coming to East Side (AMNY)
    • Unoccupied MTA Bus Rolls Down Bushwick Street, Hits Cars, Sidewalk Fence; 1 Injured (ABC, Post)
    • What If NYPD Treated All Crash Victims' Families Like Human Beings? (NYT)

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