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8:55 AM EDT on October 7, 2016

    • Cuomo Thinks It's Funny to Raid the MTA Budget for His Seat-of-the-Pants Transportation Projects (Voice)
    • L Train Shut for Hours Yesterday After Tunnel Filled With Smoke (Gothamist 1, 2DNANewsPostAMNY)
    • More on Thursday's Disappointing Hearing on Bus Service: GothamistAMNY, NewsPost
    • Daily News Editorial Board Calls on the MTA to Address Bus Ridership Decline
    • Samuelsen Calls for MTA Worker Pay Raise (News)
    • Crashed NJ Transit Train Was Traveling at Two Times the Speed Limit (NYT)
    • Is AAA New York More Bullish on Protected Bike Lanes Than DOT? (Bloomberg)
    • Uber Impeded NYPD Investigation of Driver Who Assaulted and Dragged Passenger (NewsPost)
    • Attorney Who Blames Victim for Alleged DWI Hit-and-Run Death Will Get Your Blood Boiling (Advance)
    • DOT Spends $100K a Year Removing Lock Litter From Brooklyn Bridge (Post)
    • City Breaks Ground on Link Between Bronx River Parks (DNA)

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