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    • Crain's Maps the Straight Line Between Cuomo's Patrons and His Infrastructure Projects
    • Facing Regulation, Uber Beefs Up Congestion Pricing Campaign (Politico)
    • Just Another Day of Debasement on Andrew Cuomo's Subway (Gothamist, Post)
    • Stringer: Half of Neighborhoods Served by the Subway Have No Accessible Stations (AMNY)
    • The Times Is Fielding Questions for the New MTA Accessibility Officer
    • Judge OKs Class Action Suit Over Unsafe LIRR Conditions (Newsday)
    • Politico Did an Explainer on the Council's Waste Reform BillPost Votes No
    • Conflicts of Interest Board Not as Cavalier About Placard Culture as de Blasio (NYT)
    • More on Citi Bike Discounts for SNAP Members (NYT, AMNY)
    • Upper West Side Still Standing After Garages Cleared for Housing (Rag)
    • Traffic Violence Remains the Benchmark for Preventable Causes of Death (Post)

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