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    • Subway On-Time Performance Hit a New Low in January (NYT)
    • Byford: MTA Reviewing Use of Signal Timers That Slow Down Trains (NewsAMNY)
    • Cynthia Nixon's Running for Governor and Cuomo Will Have to Defend His Transit Record (AMNY)
    • Cuomo Guy Tries, Fails to Shut Down Testimony About Joe Lhota's MTA Conflicts of Interest (Politico)
    • MTA in No Rush to Seek Out Contractors Without a History of Corruption (Post, News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Wally Dominguez, 27, on Third Ave in the Bronx (AMNY, News, Post)
    • TLC Knows Which Cabs Rack Up Tons of Camera Tickets, But Drivers Keep Their Hack Licenses (News)
    • Looks Like Trump Got GOP Congress to Deny Funds for Gateway (Politico)
    • LIRR Has a $20 Million Plan to Reduce Delays (AP)
    • Avert Your Eyes -- Albany's Making Sausage (Bklyn Paper)

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