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8:54 AM EDT on March 27, 2018

    • Cuomo Working Behind the Scenes for Congestion Pricing, According to Team Cuomo (NYT)
    • Daily News: Even in Queens, Opposition to Congestion Pricing Is Weak -- Get It Done
    • Congestion Pricing Would Change How Errol Louis Commutes and He Wants Albany to Pass It (News)
    • NYT and AMNY Urge Albany to Legislate Congestion Toll Tech, If Not the Actual Tolls
    • MTA Falsified Reports on Subway Delays, Assigning Causes Where They Weren't Known (News)
    • Corey Johnson Rips Cuomo's "Fly By Night" Value Capture Proposal (News)
    • Crain's to Cuomo: Forget About Expropriating City Tax Revenue and Focus on Congestion Pricing
    • Lorenzo Anderson, Victim of August Hit-and-Run, Has Died From His Injuries (News)
    • Scott Rechler: Toss Out Current MTA Contracting Practices and Start From Scratch (Crain's)
    • Mercer-Backed Front Group Tries to Convert Frustration Over MTA Into Anti-Union Aggression (WNYC)
    • Financials for Tappan Zee Replacement May Not Be as Rosy as Cuomo Claims (LoHud)

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