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8:51 AM EST on November 21, 2017

    • Cuomo Shifts Costs of MTA Electrical Repairs to Con Ed (Politico)
    • Lhota: Subway Crisis "Exactly Why I Came Back" (NYT)
    • All Speaker Candidates Want to Extend City Council Term Limits (News)
    • Laurie Cumbo Got an Earful From Constituents Who Want Bus Lanes on Fulton Street (Patch)
    • DiNapoli: MTA Going Too Soft on Open-Road Toll Cheats (News)
    • MTA: Riders Alliance "Spreading Misinformation" By Mobilizing Riders to Contact Cuomo (AMNY)
    • TransitCenter's Chris Pangilinan on Why the MTA Needs to Improve Subway Accessibility (Moving Block)
    • Driver, 68, Dies After Rear-Ending Car at Red Light on Queens Boulevard in Forest Hills (TL)
    • Woodside Businesses Should Support Protected Bike Lanes as a Boon for Foot Traffic (Safer Skillman)
    • Retailers Want Permanent Ped Bridge Connecting Brooklyn Bridge Park to Montague Street (Bklyn Paper)
    • Good Luck Making Sense of This Jumble of Words About Congestion Pricing (C&S)

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