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8:06 AM EDT on July 25, 2016

    • MTA Opts for Full 18-Month Closure of L Tunnel -- Time to Start Planning Some PeopleWays (NYT)
    • NYT: If Cuomo Is Serious About Fixing the MTA, He'll Push for Move NY
    • Minivan Driver Strikes and Kills Terrence Montrose, 26, in Breezy Point; No Charges (News)
    • NYPD Found the Car Used to Kill Matthew von Ohlen. Why Haven't They Made an Arrest? (Gothamist)
    • Police Arrest 6 Black Lives Matter Protesters for "Blocking Traffic" in Brooklyn (Post)
    • MTA May Split the M5 Into Two Routes to Improve Reliability (NY1)
    • 7 Train Riders Won't Be Getting Open Gangway Subway Cars Anytime Soon (TL)
    • DNA Has an Explainer on the F Express Situation
    • Brooklyn CB 6: DOT Rushing Decisions on Union Street Bridge Replacement (Bklyn Paper)
    • Breaking: The Naked Cowboy "Wouldn't Be Able to Do This Job" Without Free Parking (WSJ)
    • NYC's First Zoning Resolution Was Enacted on This Date 100 Years Ago (NYT)

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