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    • Veteran Train Operators Say MTA Sends New Recruits Into Service Before They're Ready (News)
    • This Albany Session, Make Sure Cuomo Knows You Know It's His MTA (AMNY, WNYCPost)
    • Congestion Pricing Lessons From London, Stockholm, and Singapore (NYT)
    • Why Is Our "Progressive" Mayor Letting Bus Service Fall to Pieces? (Voice)
    • Andy Byford Relies on the Subways, Just Like Us (NY1)
    • Ex-MTA Construction Manager Gets 4 Years in Prison for Taking Bribes From Contractors (Post)
    • L Train Shutdown Street Changes Make Sense Even Without the L Train Shutdown (Wired)
    • City Ramped Up Tickets for Illegal Parking in Parks. Can You Tell? (Post)
    • DOT Austin Street Plan Includes Modest Parking Price Reforms, Loading Zones, Crosswalks (QChron)
    • Driver Plows Through Bed Stuy Storefront (CBS2)
    • RIP Lee Pomeroy, Subway Station Architect and Planner of Fulton Mall (NYT)

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