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8:56 AM EDT on May 1, 2017

    • New York Can't Afford to Wait 50 Years for Modern Subway Signals (NYT)
    • Kimmelman: Cuomo's Not Thinking Big Enough on Penn Station (NYT)
    • Surprise -- There Are Still Too Many Cars on the New Kosciuszko Bridge, Which Is Still Free (NYT)
    • Garbage Truck Driver Hits Car on Bruckner Boulevard, Killing 3-Year-Old Girl (PostNBC4)
    • Lawsuit: NYPD Bosses and Bronx DA Harassed Officer Who Cited Vanessa Gibson for Distracted Driving (Post)
    • The 13th Precinct Ramps Up Its Bogus Bike Ticket Operation (Gothamist)
    • De Blasio's Ferry Service Began Today, Transporting Dozens of People From the Rockaways (DNA, AMNY)
    • Dejected Eric Ulrich: "If You're a Bus Rider," Woodhaven SBS Is "Going to Be Great for You" (QChron)
    • Don't You Know Manhattan Traffic Was Pure Poetry Before the Bike Lanes Came? (West Side Spirit)
    • People You Share the Road With (DNA)

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