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    • Expect Weather to Complicate Your Commute Today, Unless You're Driving (NY1)
    • Cuomo Mostly Gets a Pass for Cagey SOTS: NYT; Politico 1, 2; C&S; News 12; WNYC
    • News Lays Into Governor Hard Hat for Barely Mentioning Transit Crisis; Also: NY1, Voice
    • Meanwhile, the Times Devoted Ink to the Red Hook Subway Distraction
    • De Blasio Still Region's Lone Sentient Being With No Knowledge of Move NY (Politico)
    • Corey Johnson Officially Elected Council Speaker (NYT 1, 2; Politico; News)
    • Subway Clocks: Useless When They Don't Work or Straphangers Can't See Them (Post)
    • Former Cuomo Adviser Howard Glaser Has Thoughts on NYC Traffic (News)
    • Motorists Keep Running Over DOT Posts Meant to Slow Turns at Deadly UWS Crossing (Rag)
    • How Did the Unlicensed Driver Who Killed Adrian Blanc Get a Rental Car? (News)
    • Imagine the TEA Brave Enough to Ticket This NYPD Psychopath (News)

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