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8:56 AM EDT on July 7, 2017

    • MTA Shifts $1.2 Billion Away From New Subway Cars, Toward Cuomo Expansion Projects (News)
    • Hudson Tunnel Construction Cost Estimates Rise to $13 Billion (Politico, NYT, WNYCCrain's)
    • Gateway Overseer John Porcari Says It Won't Get Built Without Funds From Trump and the Feds (News)
    • Meanwhile, Christie's Been Spending Millions in ARC Funds to Subsidize a Low-Ridership Ferry (NYT)
    • Derailment at Penn Expected to Tie Up NJ Transit Commutes Today (NYTPost)
    • Schumer: Spend Sandy Repair Funds to Fix Up NYC Transit (SoP)
    • How Well Will the Subway Handle the Surge of LIRR Riders Displaced By Amtrak Repairs? (AMNY)
    • More Coverage of Advocates' New Transportation Policy Platform for NYC Candidates (Gothamist)
    • Prelim Research Suggests Parking-Protected Bike Lanes Also Protect You From Inhaling Soot (NYT)
    • Gianaris Makes His Case for a Millionaire's Tax to Fund Transit (News)
    • Wonder Why People Get So Cranky About Bike Lanes at Community Board Meetings? Read This (Deadspin)

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