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8:57 AM EST on February 19, 2018

    • Cuomo Counsel: State May Not Need City's Permission to Implement Congestion Pricing (Politico)
    • Governor's Camp Says Congestion Pricing Negotiations Still Ongoing in Albany (Crain'sNews)
    • Only the Latest Model of American Landboat Will Do for Assembly Honchos Heastie and Kolb (News)
    • Bhairavi Desai: It's Time to Cap the Number of For-Hire Vehicles in NYC (News)
    • Felix Salmon Believes a Variable Uber Tax Is All That's Needed to Cure NYC Congestion (Wired)
    • ConEd Will Pay $202 Million to Fix Up Subway Power Equipment (Bloomberg)
    • 14th Street Busway NIMBY Fancies Himself Fighting the Lower Manhattan Expressway (Villager)
    • Class Action Suit Claims "Glitchy" MTA Cashless Tolls Wrongly Fining Drivers (Post)
    • QChron Worried That NYC Drivers Are Too Simple to Grasp Bus Lane Rules
    • City Islanders Press MTA for Better Bus Service (BxTimes)
    • One More Reason to Get Cops Out of Cars (Post)

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