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8:50 AM EDT on March 15, 2017

    • Rudin: Citi Bike Is Cutting New Yorkers' Travel Times (News)
    • TimesNY1Post Speak With Transit Users Stranded in the Snow
    • Cuomo's LaGuardia Traffic Plan Isn't Working (Post)
    • Assembly Wants Transparency on Empire State Development Corp. Projects (Post)
    • Torres Bill Would Require City Agencies to Field Complaints Through Social Media (News)
    • Automated F Train Announcements Keep Straphangers Guessing (Post)
    • DNA Looks at DOT Plans for Willy-B Street Improvements
    • Port Authority's GWB Bus Terminal Project a Disaster for Just About Everyone (DNA)
    • Sleep Apnea as Defense for Engineers and Motorists in Crashes -- Post Spots Trend
    • The Preet Bharara Era: Reflections (NYT 1, 2) and Deflections (Post, News)

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