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    • Cuomo Failed to Close on Congestion Pricing With NYC's Car-Centric Assembly Reps (NYT)
    • Taxi/Uber Fees Will Pay for Permanent Expansion of Subway Repair Workforce (News)
    • Unreliable Subways Are Robbing New Yorkers of Their Time (NYT)
    • Remembering Gelacio Reyes and Calling for Action to Prevent Loss of Life on 43rd and Skillman (WNYC)
    • The Mayor's Very Touchy About the Suggestion That the BQX Won't Happen (News)
    • Running NYC Transit Is Tough, But at Least You Don't Have to Field 3 AM Calls From Rob Ford (Post)
    • Freight Rail Poised to Grow in NYC Region Without Building a Harbor Tunnel (Crain's)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Woman, 65, on Remsen Ave in East Flatbush (News)
    • Ben Kabak Breaks Down the Flimsy Lawsuit Against the L Train Shutdown Plan (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • How Nicole Gelinas Would Phase in Better Congestion Fees (CJ)
    • Prepare for the L Train Outage With a TransAlt Bike Train (WPIX)

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