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8:51 AM EDT on October 17, 2016

    • NJ Lawmakers Finally Pay Attention to NJ Transit (NYT); Foxx: Feds Might Get Involved (Politico)
    • Full Service Resumes at Hoboken Terminal Today (NY1)
    • Will Cuomo and Christie Come Through With Their Share of Gateway Tunnel Funds? (Politico, WNYC)
    • School Bus Driver Strikes and Kills Carmen Puello, 43, Near Fordham Road (Post)
    • Woman Driving SUV Kills 79-Year-Old Man on Northern Blvd in Flushing; Police Blame Victim (News)
    • Pedestrian Death Toll on the UES Rises While the 19th Precinct Focuses on Bike Tickets (DNA)
    • Dump Truck Driver Backs Into 76-Year-Old Woman on UES, Severing Her Leg (Post)
    • The Cranks at Queens CB 9 Will Never Support Woodhaven Select Bus Service (QChron)
    • Medallion Owners Freaked Out That MTA May Contract Access-a-Ride Services to Uber and Lyft (Crain's)
    • Velmanette Montgomery Outraged By Plan to Pedestrianize a Block of Schermerhorn Street (Bklyn Paper)
    • To Register Voters Online, New York Relies on the Agency That Regulates Cars and Drivers (WNYC)

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