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    • Oh Hey, No Biggie, Just MTA Chair Joe Lhota Moonlighting as an MSG Exec With $150K Salary (Politico)
    • Inside the MTA's Constant Struggle to Keep Groundwater From Seeping Into the Subway (NYT)
    • Riders Alliance Rallies With Albany Lawmakers for a New MTA Revenue Stream (AMNYTimes Union)
    • Carl Heastie: "Some Sort of Long-Term [MTA] Funding Is Necessary" (SoP)
    • Meera Joshi: Capping For-Hire Vehicles Will Raise Living Standards for Hired Drivers (AMNY, Post)
    • The Case for an Uber Cap From a Medallion Industry Lawyer (Crain's)
    • The Hypocrisy of de Blasio's Hard Line on Fare Evasion Arrests (Politico)
    • March 1: Brad Hoylman and Liz Krueger Convene Panel on Fixing NYC Transit (AMNY)
    • Bronx CB 11 Wants DOT to Water Down Safety Redesign of Morris Park Ave (BxTimes)
    • Queens DA Gets Manslaughter Conviction for Road Raging Driver Who Intentionally Struck Victim (QNS)

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