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8:55 AM EST on February 6, 2018

    • RPA's Dropping New Research Explaining High MTA Capital Costs and How to Fix Them (NYT)
    • Alec Baldwin Called Up Brian Lehrer to Talk About MTA Construction Bloat (WNYC)
    • Riders Alliance Heads to Albany Next Week to Demand a Transit Turnaround (Gotham Gazette)
    • Phil O'Reilly Might Be Alive If Union Turnpike Wasn't Designed for Lethal Driving Speeds (QChron)
    • Flimsy Barricades Fail to Keep Scofflaw Motorists Out of Prospect Park (Bklyn Paper)
    • Suicidal Despair From a Driver in the Hyper-Competitive For-Hire Vehicle Industry (News, Post, Politico)
    • Treating Fare Evasion More Like a Parking Ticket Isn't Draconian Enough for Lhota (Post, News, AMNY)
    • De Blasio and Cuomo Didn't Break New Ground on Transit Fixes in Face-to-Face Meeting (Politico)
    • From His Perch in Albany, Jeff Klein Wants to Dictate City Hall's Contributions to MTA (AMNY)
    • The MTA Figured Out How to Make Its MetroCard Machine Update Way Less Disruptive (AMNY)
    • Damned E-Bikes (Bowery Boogie)

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