The deadline for the Capital Program Review Board to review the hefty five-year construction budget ended at the stroke of midnight, meaning the MTA can officially begin allocating funding for the plan with no questions asked.
Cuomo refused to convene the four-person panel — consisting of one appointee apiece from Cuomo’s office, de Blasio’s and both chambers of the state Legislature — unless the mayor appeared in person, insisting the decision was too monumental to be given to a proxy.
But de Blasio, who wanted budget aide Sherif Soliman to represent City Hall’s interests, declined, ceding the city’s veto power over the massive infrastructure plan.
The MTA’s board — which is dominated by Cuomo appointees — green-lit the plan in September.
I look forward to leaving this state more and more with each passing day.
Got to keep those trains and buses running,a little tax here a little tax there and a hefty property tax and everyone is happy.
Did BlaBlasio leave that mess when he ran away? Or did he just abscond to the restroom?
Nothing will get better.
Then they will raise the fares and tolls again. They will NEVER get enough.
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Please review the MTA’s Queens Bus Redesign Proposal. Many bus routes are being eliminated and the MTA is not considering disabled, seniors, or families with young children that rely on buses for commuting.
MTA route conversion chart:
MTA online comment form:
Complete Queens Bus Redesign:
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