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8:51 AM EST on January 17, 2018

    • Eric Gonzalez: Hit-and-Run Killing of Neftaly Ramirez Was Legal (Bklyn Paper)
    • Expect Cuomo's Version of Road Pricing to Have a String of Asterisks (NYT, AMNY)
    • Cuomo "Alternate Reality" Budget Rids Him of the MTA (Politico); More: NYT
    • Andy Byford Has Never Owned a Car, Will Take Transit to Work (NYT, News, AMNY)
    • Phil Murphy Didn't Talk About Transit in His Inaugural Address (NYT)
    • Medallion Owner Group Calls for Uber Cap (Crain's)
    • CB 7 Wants a Seat on Cuomo Pricing Panel (Rag); UESer Invites de Blasio to Get With It (OT)
    • Carnage: LIC Hit-and-Run, Victim Critical (News, NY1); Cops Blame Teen Hit on Hylan (Advance)
    • Crain's Did a Trend Piece on the Purported Suburbanization of NYC, Bike Lanes Included
    • These Cuomo Subway Ads Are Begging to Be Hacked (Post)

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