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8:52 AM EST on January 16, 2018

    • Cuomo: Congestion Pricing Won't Put a Price on Congested East River Bridges (Politico, News)
    • No Sign Yet That Cuomo's Subway Action Plan Is Improving Service (Post)
    • Today's the First Day on the Job for New NYC Transit Prez Andy Byford (News)
    • Will the MTA Reopen All of Williamsburg's Shuttered Subway Entrances Before the L-Pocalypse? (AMNY)
    • DOT Defends Woodhaven Boulevard Bus Improvements From the Queens Motorhead Brigade (QChron)
    • Let's Get Speeding Traffic Out of Flushing Meadows Corona Park (QChron)
    • Psychopath in a Mercedes Drags Cop, Blasts Through Times Square (Post)
    • Motivate Hit Its Targets to Trigger Bike-Share Contract Renewal With the City Through 2029 (Crain's)
    • Bus Lane Cameras Go Live on the Bx6 (NY1)
    • Damned Bike Lanes (Post)

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