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9:00 AM EDT on May 5, 2017

    • Ronnie Hakim and Pat Foye Are Cuomo's MTA CEO Contenders (Politico)
    • This Is the Same NYPD That Investigates Few Crashes and Is Helpless to Reduce Hit-and-Runs (News)
    • Rules Governing City Vehicle Use Don't Necessarily Apply to All, Says de Blasio (WNYC, Politico)
    • L Service Between Manhattan and Brooklyn Suspended This Weekend for Tube Repair Prep (DNANY1)
    • Riders Say Added Bus Not Doing Much to Improve Bx10 Service (Press)
    • Council Member Andrew Cohen: Why Can't Broadway in Riverdale Be Like Prospect Park West? (Press)
    • Former NJ Cop Convicted of Manslaughter for Staten Island Expressway DWI Crash (AdvanceNews)
    • Prosecutors: Drunk TEA Who Killed Passenger on Willy-B Crashed at 111 MPH (Post)
    • Queens Man Charged With Killing Tow Truck Operator in Westchester and Leaving Scene (AP)
    • Traffic Violence Truther Tony Avella Ends Latest Mayoral Campaign (PoliticoPost)

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