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8:47 AM EDT on July 27, 2016

    • Electeds Want 16-Agency "Working Group" to Prepare for Canarsie Tube Closure (News, @2AvSagas)
    • How Will NYC Manage Streets When There's No L Service? De Blasio Isn't Inspiring Confidence (Politico)
    • The Times Ponders How Williamsburg Will Fare Without the L; Post Pleased With Shutdown Plan
    • Keegan Stephan: Get the NYPD Out of Vision Zero (City Limits)
    • Cyclist Seriously Injured in Greenwood Collision; Driver Claims Victim Ran Stop Sign (News, DNA)
    • Unlicensed Hit-and-Run Driver Gets 1 to 3 Years for Crash That Killed Guler Ugur-Yaacobi (Post)
    • There Was a Fatal Motorcycle Crash in the Lincoln Tunnel This Morning (NY1)
    • The Post Reports on NYC's June Traffic Death Spike
    • With New Limits on Hours, Why Isn't the TLC Talking About Raising Cab Driver Pay? (Crain's)
    • Steve Matteo, Staten Island Advance Come to Aid of Drivers Who Speed in School Zones (1, 2)
    • James Oddo Wants the Staten Island Ferry to Have More Manhattan Destinations (Advance)
    • What Happens When Old-Timey Subway Cars Break Down (WNYC, NY1)

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