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    • Another Day, Another Cuomo Ploy to Avoid Taking Responsibility for His MTA (Politico)
    • State Lawmakers Omit Congestion Pricing From Senate and Assembly Budgets (AMNY)
    • Jeff Klein and Senate GOP Want to Steal Transit Funds From City Budget Instead (News)
    • Daily News Editorial Board Distracted by Heastie's Cab Surcharge Distraction
    • Republicans Plot to Trumpwhisper Gateway Funds (PoliticoWNYC) as Chao Dials Up the Batshit (Hill)
    • Under de Blasio, NYPD More Likely to Park in Bus Lanes Than Ticket Drivers Who Block Them (NY1)
    • Voice: "Subway Action Plan" Focus Is Too Narrow to Do Most Straphangers Much Good
    • Byford Says He's Looking Into Speeding Up Subway Trains (Post)
    • Post: David Gantt -- Not Joe Lentol -- Is Holding Up Bill to Suspend Serial Speeder Licenses
    • People You Share the Streets With (Post)

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