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8:41 AM EDT on May 18, 2015

    • Transit Riders to Cuomo: Fix the Subways Now (News, AMNYPost)
    • SUV Driver Kills Man on Hell's Kitchen Sidewalk; No Charges Yet (Post)
    • Cabbie Fails to Yield to Woman in Midtown Crosswalk, Critically Injuring Her (Post)
    • Driver Smashes Into Chinese Restaurant in Bed-Stuy (News)
    • What's Behind the Drop in MTA Bus Ridership? (AMNY)
    • Schumer Rips Boehner for "Massive Ignorance" on Transit (CapNY)
    • NYC-Philly Amtrak Service Resumes Today (NYT)
    • You Can't Justify Seatbelts on Trains (NYT)
    • Some Researchers Still Think Riding Citi Bike Without a Helmet Is a Problem (Post)
    • Pedestrians Observations Has a Plan for Rail Linking Hudson County to Midtown to the Bronx

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