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8:58 AM EDT on June 9, 2015

    • WNYC on MTA Capital Plan: "Cuomo's Office Did Not Respond to a Request for Comment"
    • Feds Say 2nd Avenue Subway Will Open a Year Later Than MTA Target (WNBC)
    • Moshe Shlomo Grun, 59, Dies of Injuries After Being Struck By Van Driver on UWS (JP Updates)
    • Pedestrians Injured After Uber Driver Crashes in Midtown (DNA, WNBC); Post, News Cite Seizure
    • Four Injured in Two-Car Crash Involving Police Van Driver on Ocean Pkwy (Sheepshead Bites via Post)
    • Pat Foye Faces Uphill Battle in Trenton in Bid to Be Named Port Authority CEO (Capital)
    • City IBO: MTA Not Spending Sandy Recovery Money Very Quickly (News)
    • Bills From Peralta and Simotas Would Regulate Motorized Bicycles, Scooters (TL)
    • The Wheelchair-Accessible Subway Map Is Pretty Grim (DNA)
    • Construction Progressing on East Village Plaza and Cab Stand (Bowery Boogie)
    • MTA to Goldfeder: "We Don’t Have Any Flying Buses That Can Just Swoop in From the Sky" (Q Chron)

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