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9:00 AM EDT on May 24, 2017

    • Cuomo Acknowledges He Runs the MTA, Doesn't Know How (NYT, 2ASVoice, GothamistPost, News)
    • Cuomo Wants to Merge Penn, Farley, and Gateway Projects Under State Control (Post, NY1)
    • NJ Transit Morris & Essex Line Will Be Rerouted From Penn to Hoboken This Summer (NYT)
    • Relax Everyone, Cuomo Is Forming a Penn Station Task Force (Politico@MarketUrbanism)
    • M79 Select Bus Service Goes Live (Patch)
    • Here's the RPA's 7-Point Plan to Fix the Subways
    • As City Considers Bollards, Former DOT Official Says Ban Cars From Times Square (NYT)
    • DOT Plans Protected Contraflow Bike Lane on Jay Street in DUMBO (Bklyn Paper)
    • Driver Injures 1-Year-Old in Greenpoint; NYPD, News: Toddler "Broke Free" From Mother
    • Victims Recovering From Times Square Attack (DNA) and Greenpoint Cyclist Strike (DNA)
    • Uber Owes Tens of Millions to New York Drivers, and Maybe a Lot More (NYT)
    • Aaron Naparstek Brings Honku to The Moth

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