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    • If Cuomo's Serious About Congestion Pricing, He Needs to Get Specific Real Soon (Crain's)
    • The Daily News Sees a Path for Cuomo and de Blasio to Get Congestion Pricing Done
    • Jim Brennan: It's Congestion Pricing or Bust for the MTA This Albany Session (Gotham Gazette)
    • Ross Barkan Rips Jeff Klein and IDC for Grandstanding on MTA Funding (Voice)
    • Four Suggestions for Andy Byford to Get NYC Buses Moving Again (AMNY)
    • NIMBYs Chip Away at New Bus Lanes on Cross Bay Boulevard (QChron)
    • A 13th Street Protected Bikeway Will Never Have Deborah Glick's Support (Villager)
    • Anti-Poverty Advocates Rebut de Blasio on Fare Evasion Arrests (News)
    • Shocker: Trump Infrastructure Plan Sets Aside Nothing for Gateway (Post)
    • Gonzalez Charges Driver With Manslaughter for Killing Marlon Palacios Last January (Bklyn Paper)
    • NYC Survived the Great Traffic Signal Blackout of 2018 (Post)

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