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8:46 AM EDT on August 3, 2015

    • It's Been Five Years Since Christie Killed the Most Important Transpo Project in the Nation (News)
    • De Blasio Considers a Cap on Uber Fares, Not Vehicles (Post)
    • City Hall Will Spend $25M to Move Waste Transfer Station Ramp Away From UES Park (Capital)
    • Bronx Teacher on Cross-Country Charity Ride Killed By Texting Driver in Oklahoma (News)
    • Speeding Driver Injures More Than a Dozen People in Jersey City (AP)
    • WNYC Maps the Subway Stations You Would Avoid in the Summer, If You Could
    • Cuomo's LGA Plan Makes Cap'n Transit Feel Like He's Living in a Banana Republic
    • Why Is Connecticut Making So Much More Transit Progress Than New York and New Jersey? (MTR)
    • Ben Kabak Isn't Impressed By the Latest Round of Waterfront Streetcar Rumors (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Local Pols Call for DOT to Fix Lindenwood Intersection After Hit-and-Run (QChron)
    • Photos From the First Saturday of the Eighth Year of Summer Streets (Gothamist)

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