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8:52 AM EDT on June 30, 2017

    • Gelinas: Cuomo's "State of Emergency" Mostly More Theatrics (Post); Also: Voice, PoliticoNYT
    • Cuomo Rejects Road Pricing, Blames NYC for Shorting MTA, Gives Lie to $1B Pledge (Politico)
    • Kalikow: Job One for Lhota Should Be Reining In Wasteful MTA Spending (NYT)
    • Ravitch: MTA Board Shouldn't Be a Rubber Stamp (MTR)
    • Cuomo's Transit "Genius" Challenge Sure Is Looking Like Another Sideshow (NYT)
    • Tweeting Cuomo About Lousy Subway Service Seems to Have Had an Effect (Verge)
    • LIRR and Metro-North Both Had Breakdowns Yesterday (DNAPost)
    • Lawsuit Prompts NYPD Freedom of Information Law Concessions (Voice, NYT)
    • NYPD Says It's Investigating @PlacardAbuse Harassment (Post)
    • Truck Driver Injures Senior on LES (DNA); Cyclist Injured in Bushwick Hit-and-Run (DNA)
    • Public Plaza at Flatbush and Lafayette Avenues in Fort Greene Now Open (B'stoner)

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