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8:36 AM EDT on March 28, 2018

    • Jeff Klein and Co. Set to Screw New Yorkers on Congestion and Transit (PoliticoNews)
    • Other Cities Are Looking to New York to Lead on Road Pricing (WSJ)
    • Justin Davidson Pulls No Punches in Pricing Q&A (NY Mag)
    • Contractors Say They're Not to Blame for Exorbitant MTA Construction Costs (Crain's)
    • Byford Will Take Questions on Twitter Tomorrow (Post)
    • Bronx Residents Buck Cuomo's Plan to Botch the Sheridan Teardown (City Limits)
    • AMNY, NY1 Cover Program to Allow Cyclists to Proceed on LPIs
    • MTA Worker Hits and Kills Colleague With Bus at Queens Depot (News)
    • Motorist Critically Injures Woman on Linden Blvd. in Brownsville; Cops, News Blame Victim
    • News: "Out-of-Control Car" Takes Down Scaffolding on Second Avenue in Harlem

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