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8:50 AM EDT on March 13, 2018

    • Hundreds of Kids and Parents March to End the Killing of Children With Cars (AMNY, Post, Patch)
    • Assembly Dems Chicken Out With a Weak-Sauce, Cabs-Only Version of Congestion Pricing (News)
    • Subways Could Be Sped Up Overnight; "Trains Are Slower Because They Slowed Trains Down" (Voice)
    • MTA Deficits Loom as Payroll and Debt Costs Rise (Bloomberg)
    • Daily News: We Can Identify the Most Dangerous Drivers in NYC -- Get Them Off the Streets
    • A Six Month Closure for Upgrades -- But Not Elevators -- at 163rd Street C Station (NY1)
    • Vance: Arraignments for Fare Evasion Down 88 Percent (News)
    • Queens Electeds to MTA: Give Riders a Better "Freedom Ticket" Deal (TL)
    • TLC Will Let Some Taxis Price Rides More Like Uber (Politico)
    • Will Uber Drivers Support an "Uber Cap" This Time? (Crain's)
    • Serial Carjacker Kills Man, 50, in Williamsburg, Later Fatally Shot by Cop in Nassau (News, Post, Bklyner)

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