MTA

A Metro-North train in transit.
Despite the celebratory announcement, service depends on a number of pieces falling into place.
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Subway commuters.
In the short term, sure. Longer term, not really.
Policy
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New York City bus.
Buses could solve NYC’s congestion problem, if only New Yorkers would use them.
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Gridlocked traffic on the Queensborough Bridge.
Lawmakers say it’s the only way to save the MTA. But will it get done in time?
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New York state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi at the sexual harassment hearing in Albany.
Rounding up the week’s political news
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Gov. Andrew Cuomo on the E train.
Six yet-to-be appointed experts would set congestion prices and decide on reforms to the agency.
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Robert Mujica with Andrew Cuomo
The state budget director says the MTA will factor into Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s upcoming budget updates.
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A FedEx driver unloads a delivery truck in midtown Manhattan.
Assemblyman Robert Carroll proposes raising subway revenue with online retail charge and ride-hail app license fee.
Policy
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Kaminsky, Englebright voted biggest winners, while de Blasio tops the losers list.
Winners & Losers
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Mayor Bill de Blasio presents the Fiscal Year 2020 Preliminary Budget.
It’s larger than all but two states, but still feeling the pinch of Wall Street volatility.
News & Politics
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