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    • New Yorkers Demand Cuomo Take Action on Congestion Pricing ... (NY1)
    • ... But the Governor Is Set on Taking More Cash From New Yorkers Instead (Politico)
    • Will Nixon Force Cuomo to Get Serious About Fixing the Subway? (Politico)
    • Rechler and Weisbrod Endorse Pricing (News); Times Questions E-ZPass as Cordon Tech
    • What It's Like to Face Cuomo's MTA After a 12-Hour Workday (QNS)
    • Some of Yesterday's 4/5/6 Delays Were Triggered by Death of Track Worker (NYT, Post)
    • Post: Time to Repair Existing Hudson Tunnels as Alternative to Gateway
    • Businesses, Eric Adams Push Back Against de Blasio's Lame Congestion Measures (Eagle)
    • With Growth Slowing, How Will de Blasio Make Good on Pledge to Increase Bike Ridership? (AMNY)
    • Stringer Calls for Elevated Penalties for Drivers With Repeat Camera Violations (NY1)
    • The State DMV Is Failing to Keep Dangerous Used Cars Off NY Roads and Streets (NY1)

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