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8:58 AM EDT on September 30, 2016

    • Hoboken Train Crash -- 1 Dead, 108 Injured (NYTAP, NY1, News, PostWNYC, Politico)
    • Under Christie, NJ Transit Is "an Agency in Distress" (NYT)
    • Would Positive Train Control Have Prevented the Crash? (WSJ, Post)
    • NJ Transit Service Will Be Disrupted for Weeks (News)
    • New Bill From Glick and Peralta Would Suspend Licenses of Repeat School Zone Speeders (DNA)
    • The Fair Fares Campaign Finds a Receptive Audience at Hunter College (DNA)
    • Gridlock Sam Talks Driverless Cars With the Brooklyn Paper
    • MTA: W Train Service Will Return to Astoria November 7 (TL)
    • People in the 112th Precinct Want a Plan to Stop Honking and Double-Parking (QChron)
    • 9 Ideas From Around the World for Better Streets and Transit (AMNY)

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