I’m taking the New York State Bar Exam on Tuesday and Wednesday this week, and so there will be no further posts today. If you’re looking for some thought-provoking transit-related materials, watch the above video. It seems as though Richard Brodsky, former Assembly representative, wouldn’t say no were he to be appointed head of the MTA. Considering his record while in Albany, though, I’m not so keen on that idea. Meanwhile, William Colton, a current Assembly rep from Brooklyn, suggested Gene Russianoff while The Journal says Gov. Andrew Cuomo will look nationally or within the MTA for a potential replacement. Intrigue indeed.