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8:54 AM EDT on May 4, 2017

    • NYPD a No-Show at DMV Hearing for Cop Who Killed Jack Koval (Gothamist)
    • Gateway, NJ Transit, NE Corridor Would Get Funds in Congressional Spending Bill (WNYC)
    • NYT to Cuomo: You Have a Chance to Get Penn Station Right -- Don't Blow It
    • Related: News Begs Trump to Intervene; Meanwhile, It's Raining Sewer Water (Post, News)
    • WNYC Compares Gateway and ARC
    • Good News: Fines for Traffic Violations and Illegal Parking Are Rising (News)
    • Gothamist and Tri-State Blow Holes in Emily Smith's Stupid CBS2 Bikelash Piece
    • MTA May Remove Court Square Station People Mover Rather Than Fix It (News)
    • Manhattan Institute Pitches Private Buses and Congestion Pricing (News)
    • So Long as He Isn't Charged This TLC Driver Is Free to Flip as Many Cabs as He Wants (NBC, Post)
    • People You Share the Streets With (News, DNA, DNA)

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