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    • Corey Johnson Rips de Blasio for Subsidizing Ferry Rides But Not Fair Fares (News, Post)
    • Advocates for Poor New Yorkers Want to Sit Down and Talk Fair Fares With the Mayor (News)
    • New Yorkers Started Off the Week With a Hellacious Subway Commute (Gothamist)
    • Will the MTA Make L Train Substitute Stations ADA-Compliant By April 2019? (AMNY)
    • Stats Confirmed These Parents' Worst Fears About Walking Kids to School Near NYC Drivers (Post)
    • Mark Treyger Wonders Why Coney Island Never Got a Cut of the Ferry Splurge (Eagle)
    • Somehow "Community Benefits" Cash Went Toward a Truck Parking Lot Linked to Vivian Cook (Post)
    • MTA Starts $45 Million Repair Job for 7 Train Elevated Structure in Jackson Heights and Corona (TL)
    • Bus Shelter Vendor/Outdoor Ad Giant JCDecaux at Odds With Expansion of LinkNYC Kiosks (Post)
    • Tony Avella Mad as Hell About Bioswales (TL)

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