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8:49 AM EDT on August 19, 2016

    • Woodhaven SBS Is in the Federal Funding Pipeline But Won't Get Money Next Year (QChron)
    • Garbage Truck Driver Critically Injures Cyclist in Crown Heights; Daily News: Was He Wearing a Helmet?
    • Remembering Antonio Flores, Struck By Driver While Biking on Broadway in Jackson Heights (QChron)
    • Why NY and NJ Need to Get Moving on the Gateway Project (MTR)
    • De Blasio to Speak Firmly With Council Members About Housing Development (Politico, Crain's)
    • Bike-Share Expansion South of Atlantic Avenue Kicked Off Yesterday (@CitiBikeNYC)
    • The Post Dreams of Driverless Ubers With "Empty Front Seats" Cruising Around NYC
    • More Coverage of the Town Hall Where de Blasio and Vacca Stood Up for E Tremont Road Diet (BxTimes)
    • Two NJTransit Bus Drivers Collided in Newark, Killing One (PIX, ABC7)
    • Port Authority Offers Weekend Bus Service to Make Up for Closed PATH Stations in Manhattan (News)

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