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8:54 AM EDT on May 17, 2017

    • Private Trash Hauler Crushes Woman to Death in West Village (News, Post, AMNY, DNANY1)
    • New York Must Get Subway Construction Costs Under Control or Get Left Behind (RPA)
    • Cuomo in Talks With Amtrak About Penn Station Work (Politico)
    • Patchwork Subway Fixes May Not Be Evident for Years (Post)
    • Entrance at Brand New Second Avenue Subway Station Closed Due to Broken Escalators (DNA)
    • The GWB Bus Station Is Open, But Not Finished (DNA)
    • Teachers at LES School Thrilled to "Have Their Personal Garage Back," Says Principal (Post)
    • Tri-State: Time to Refresh the Bike Lanes on St. Nicholas Avenue and Central Park West
    • Graphic Video Shows NYPD Officer Strike Brooklyn Cyclist (GothamistPost)
    • Voice: Paul Massey Is a Mayoral Candidate Without a Transit Platform
    • Hiram Monserrate Will Give New Yorkers Yet Another Chance (Politico)

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