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8:56 AM EST on March 7, 2017

    • Unreliable Transit + Cheap Ride-Hail Trips = More Gridlock (NYT)
    • Cuomo's Nuclear Bailout Will Cost the MTA $11 Million Annually (News)
    • De Blasio Doesn't Want to Deal With Police Reform During Election Season (Post)
    • Turning Bus Driver Injures Woman Crossing Houston Street (News, DNA)
    • Drunk Driver on Trial for 2014 Trail of Destruction That Killed Bus Driver William Pena (Post)
    • Meet the Murray Hill NIMBYs Who Are OK With People Maybe Dying of Smoke Inhalation on the Lex (DNA)
    • Rockaway Car Owners Get High-Speed Tolls; Rockaway Bus Riders Wait for High-Speed Fares (QChron)
    • Coming Soon to Jackson Ave in LIC: A New Place to Rest Your Feet (DNA)
    • Millions Watch Christoph Niemann's Brilliant Visualization of Biking on Hectic NYC Streets (Post)
    • Damned Bike Lanes (Post)

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