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New York Governor allocates $5.6bn for Long Island Rail Road upgrade

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo has allocated $5.6bn for the transformation of the Long Island Rail Road (LIRR), which is intended to improve transportation infrastructure and facilitate economic growth in the region.

Cuomo & The Man He Put In Charge Of The MTA Now Say The Subway Is De Blasio's Problem

The chairman of the MTA and the governor who appointed him announced on Thursday that they aren't ultimately responsible for what happens to the beleaguered subway system, and that it's the city's job to fund the state-run transit authority. [ more › ]

Governor Cuomo Decides He Actually Doesn’t Run the MTA

And MTA Chairman Joe Lhota appears to be toeing the boss’s (not true) line.

Cuomo's Office Now Claims NYC Is 'Solely Responsible' For Funding MTA Capital Plan

After a brief respite from Governor Cuomo's repeated claims that he does not control the MTA, his administration is at it again. On Wednesday evening, Dani Lever, a spokesperson for the governor's office, accused Mayor Bill De Blasio...Show More Summary

Why Is Cuomo Spending Over $200 Million On Fancy Bridge Lights As The MTA Crumbles?

Governor Andrew Cuomo's bridge lighting project is expected to be paid for by the MTA and cost upwards of $200 million dollars, according to several knowledgeable sources not in the governor's office. A spokesperson for Cuomo disputes...Show More Summary

Summer Of Christie: NJ Governor Booed After Catching Foul Ball At Mets Game

A day after saying he'd like to "smack" NY Governor Andrew Cuomo, NJ Governor Chris Christie ventured into enemy territory to watch the Mets play the St. Louis Cardinals on Tuesday night. Naturally, he became part of the storyline, by catching a foul ball. [ more › ]

Half Of NY Voters (Correctly) Believe Cuomo Runs The MTA

Governor Andrew Cuomo, seen above in his preferred Wacky Races-style way of getting around, has enjoyed playing games with the idea of who really steers the fate of the subway system. (For the record: he does.) And while bold unreality...Show More Summary

Penn Station's 'summer of hell' gets upgraded dining options

When Governor Andrew Cuomo declared a state of emergency over New York’s dreadful commuting situation in late June, locals didn’t think things could get any worse. It turned out they... To view the full story, click the title link.

Amtrak Says Summer Of Hell Repairs Are 'A Little Bit Ahead Of Schedule'

Amtrak Chief Operating Officer Scot Naparstek told reporters on Friday that emergency repair work at Penn Station is proceeding without incident at the one-week mark, despite Governor Andrew Cuomo's vocal skepticism. [ more › ]

Severe Thunderstorm, Flash Flood Warning Issued For New York City Tonight

Hello, are you enjoying the steamy afternoon? Hopefully you are, because this could be your last afternoon on Earth owing to the EXTREME WEATHER ALERT that has been issued for New York City by Governor Cuomo's office and the National Weather Service. [ more › ]

Politics And Campaign Dollars Shape New York Charter School Policies

The finger points at New York Governor Andrew Cuomo. Politicians and wealthy business leaders with ties to Cuomo are behind

NY Gov. Cuomo signs bill to boost hemp production

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed legislation that aims to boost hemp production. Also on Wednesday, the Democratic governor announced $10 million in state funds to boost industrial hemp … Click to Continue »

Cuomo's Summer Of Hell: Approval Ratings Drop To Lowest Level In Two Years

Governor Andrew Cuomo's handling of mass transit issues appears to have taken a toll on approval ratings, bringing them to their lowest level in two years, according to Quinnipiac University's new poll. Cuomo's job approval rating is now 46% for all NY State voters, dropping 6 points from a March poll. Show More Summary

Governor Cuomo Announces Cashless Tolling Begins on Verrazano-Narrows Bridge

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has announced cashless tolling will begin on the Verrazano-Narrows Bridge at 3 a.m. on July 8th. Implementing cashless tolling on the Verrazano Bridge will reduce congestion and improve travel for motorists

The Latest: Governor says entire New York family grieves

The Latest on the death of a New York State Police trooper (all times local): 2:35 a.m. New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says "the entire New York family grieves" for … Click to Continue »

NY Gov. Cuomo Construction Projects, Reduces Overnight Truck Tolls on MTA Bridges in Advance of Amtrak’s “Summer of Hell” Repair Project

WPIX reports that Governor Andrew Cuomo has imposed a 5 AM to 10 PM non-emergency construction suspension and opened all lanes on major New York City roadways in anticipation of the July 9 start of Amtrak’s “Summer of Hell” repair work. Show More Summary

We Need to Stop This "Andrew Cuomo 2020" Nonsense Immediately

Politico has a big piece today suggesting that New York governor Andrew Cuomo could defeat Donald Trump in 2020 as the Democrats' presidential nominee if he is able to win over "the left." For the most part, we can dismiss this concept...Show More Summary

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