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    • Subway Delays Up Again, Hitting Four-Year High (News)
    • Meanwhile, in Albany... (NYT)
    • More Coverage of Cyclist Death on Church Ave (DNA, Post, News, PIXBklyn Paper)
    • City Budget Deal Includes 1,300 New NYPD Officers (NYT, C&S, AP, DNACapital, Gotham Gazette)
    • Rising Real Estate Taxes Help MTA Budget, But Authority Still Faces Capital Plan Gap (Crain's)
    • MTA Hires Cleaning Crew to Spruce Up Select Bus Service Stops (News)
    • Medallion-Financing Agency, Facing Declining Values, Sues TLC to Stop Ride-Hail Apps (Post)
    • TLC Passes New Rules for Ride-Hail Apps, Requiring More Info for Consumers (NYT, WCBS, AP)
    • Staten Island Man Faces Lawsuit After Allegedly Dooring Park Slope Cyclist (Post)
    • Canarsie Driver Smashes Cars, Person, Home in Attempt to Avoid Roadkill (News, WNBC)
    • If You Keep Getting Speed Camera Tickets, Maybe You Shouldn't Drive So Fast (DNA)

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