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8:56 AM EDT on April 24, 2017

    • One Con-Ed Malfunction Tortured Subway Riders Throughout the System Friday (NYT, PostAMNY, NY1)
    • Turning Cab Driver Kills Manikam Srymanean at York and 78th; No Charges (GothamistPost)
    • Drunk Off-Duty Cop Critically Injures Woman at Van Wyck On-Ramp (Post)
    • Crumbling Paint From 7 Train Trestle a Health Hazard to Everyone Who Lives Nearby (Post, QChron)
    • Scenes From a Wet Car-Free Broadway (Gothamist)
    • De Blasio Appointee to MTA Board Rips de Blasio for Not Funding Fair Fares (Amsterdam News)
    • Security Expert: Penn Station Won't Fare Well in an Emergency (WNYC); Schumer: Do Something (WNYC)
    • How the Park Slope Civic Council Got the MTA to Spruce Up the 4th Avenue Station (WNYC)
    • DOT to Restore Two-Way Traffic to Stretch of 11th Ave By Lincoln Tunnel (DNA)
    • Cuomo Announces $3 Million for Roosevelt Island Bike-Only Ramp (DNA)

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