On Sunday, the MTA issued a press release declaring “Continued Progress on Subway Action Plan,” which largely attributes a months-long gradual improvement in subway performance to the $836 million rescue plan “launched at the direction of Governor Andrew Cuomo in July 2017.” In that release, interim chairman Freddy Ferrer argues that we are just seeing the results of the 18-month old plan now because it has only recently been “fully funded.”
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