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8:55 AM EDT on May 16, 2017

    • Cuomo's MTA Puts Some Band-Aids on the Subway's Giant Suppurating Wounds (Politico, AMNYPost, News)
    • De Blasio: 50,000 New Parking Placards No Big Deal, Placard Corruption Not a Problem (Post)
    • Cuomo Turns NYC Traffic Enforcement Into Another Pissing Match With de Blasio (Post)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez and Steve Levin: It's Up to the Mayor to Fund Fair Fares (C&S)
    • The MTA's Failure to Make Stations Accessible Goes Back Decades (TransitCenter)
    • Unlicensed Van Driver Critically Injures 14-Year-Old Boy in Middle Village; Police Blame Victim (News)
    • More Monday Carnage: SUV Driver Flips Near Holland Tunnel (DNA); Cabbie Hits Horse (Gothamist)
    • TransAlt's Organizing to Bring Bike-Share to the Bronx (News12)
    • Who Will Win the Bike to Work Challenge? (NY1)
    • Bike Snob vs. Myron Magnet (TransAlt)

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