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8:18 AM EST on January 22, 2018

    • Cuomo and MTA Ginned Up Numbers to Pin Blame for Subway Delays on Con Ed (News 1, 2; NYT)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Mercedes Dearmas, 61, Crossing Adam Clayton Powell at 113th (NewsPost)
    • The Friday News Cycle About Congestion Pricing (Politico; NYT 1, 2; CBS2News; ABC7; WNYCAP)
    • Cuomo Sounded More Tepid About Charging Private Car Traffic on Saturday (PostNewsday, Politico)
    • David Weprin Did His Usual Anti-Pricing Presser, and Advocates Were Ready (NYT, PoliticoAMNY, Post)
    • Congestion Pricing Takes: Get It Done (News); Cost Reform First (Post); Winners and Losers (C&S)
    • MTA Plans to Purchase 1,000 Open Gangway Subway Cars Made By Kawasaki (NYT)
    • Rank-and-File Cops Irate They Can't Let More Friends, Cousins, and In-Laws Dodge Traffic Tickets (Post)
    • Bike Snob: Stop Picking on E-Bike Riders (Outside)
    • Stringer Audit: MTA Ignores 43 Percent of Access-a-Ride Complaints (News, Post)
    • Read This Testament to the Uplifting Power of the Bike Riding Habit (NYT)

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