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8:54 AM EDT on April 3, 2018

    • The Governor Claims He Fought for Congestion Pricing But His Budget Says Otherwise (Politico, WNYC)
    • De Blasio: "No More Excuses" for Cuomo Now That He's Got the MTA Funding He Asked For (Politico)
    • Cuomo's Fine With an Uber Cap and Says de Blasio Didn't Fight for Speed Cams (News)
    • Robin Chase: If We Don't Get the Price Right on NYC Car Trips, Our Streets Will Fail (NYT)
    • The Times Previews the L Train Shutdown in Manhattan
    • It Was Obvious Already, But Dorothy Bruns Should Not Have Been Allowed to Drive (News)
    • Red Hook Students Petition DOT for a Safer Hamilton Ave by the BQE (News 12)
    • Corey Johnson Caught Using SUV Emergency Lights on His Way to Morning TV Spot (Post)
    • Fourth Ave Bikeway Disruption By 72nd Precinct Is Worse Than We Thought (Bklyn Paper)
    • The Peaks and Valleys of Subway Cleanliness (NYT, News)
    • A 400-Word Dose of Pure NYC Motorist Entitlement (NYT)

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