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8:57 AM EDT on June 1, 2017

    • NYC Transit Dysfunction Has Real Consequences (NYTGothamist), Now National News (AP)
    • Wondering Why Your Subway Commute Is So Terrible? Here's a Handy Times FAQ
    • Penn: NJ Transit Has Plan (WNYC); Amtrak Briefs NJ Legislators (AMNY); Businesses "Brace" (DNA)
    • Lawmakers Want to Know How Much Christie Influenced NJ Transit's Summer Schedule (Politico)
    • MTA Announces Overhaul of Staten Island Bus Routes (Advance 1, 2)
    • Cuomo Ignores Letter From Electeds Calling for Better Bus Service in the Bronx (Press)
    • De Blasio Ready to Sink More Resources Into Ferries (DNAAMNYNews)
    • What Does de Blasio Really Think of Fewer Cars in Times Square? (Politico)
    • Settlement Brings No Justice for Ryo Oyamada, Pedestrian Killed by NYPD (GothamistDNANews)
    • How Police Tracked Down the Suspected Killer of Matthew von Ohlen (DNA)
    • Cash-Strapped Developers Insist "American Dream" Will Be the Jon Bovi of Malls (NYT)

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