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    • De Blasio's War on Delivery Workers Still Playing Havoc With People's Lives (Gothamist[!], WNYC)
    • No One Knows How Much East Side Access Will Cost or When It Will Be Done (PoliticoNYT)
    • De Blasio and Johnson Want an Accounting of Subway Rescue Plan Spending (News, AMNY)
    • Kabak: Better Bus Service Will Require Adding Lanes and Keeping Them Clear (GG)
    • Hundreds of Thousands of NY Commuters Spend 3 or More Hours a Day on Trains and Buses (Post)
    • Johnson: RPPs Should Not Incentivize Car Ownership (NY1); Ydanis Plan Hinges on CB Input (AMNY)
    • Diaz Sr. Bill Would Impose Work Restrictions and Fees on Uber and Lyft Drivers (AMNY, News)
    • City Launches Free Shuttle Service for Rikers Visitors (NY1News)
    • What Happens When Your City Gives Away Valuable Curb Space for Free (Post)
    • The Campaign Against Anything Good Is About to Lose a Key Asset (Post)

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