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8:56 AM EDT on June 6, 2017

    • Cuomo's MTA: Riders Gasp for Breath in Dark, Stifling, Stalled-Out F Train (AMNYPost)
    • ...Meanwhile, in the Morning Rush, More Than a Dozen Lines Were Delayed (NYT, Crain's)
    • Why Is It Taking So Long to Replace the Oldest Subway Cars in the MTA's Fleet? (NYT)
    • De Blasio "Not Putting Time or Energy" Into the Best Traffic-Cutting Policy Out There (Politico, NewsPost, AMNYAdvance)
    • But He's Still Putting Time and Energy Into His Long Car Trips to Ride a Stationary Bike (PoliticoPost)
    • Cristina Furlong of Make Queens Safer Will Run for the Council Seat Vacated By Julissa Ferreras (TL)
    • NYT Endorses Fair Fares
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Columbia Student on Riverside Drive at 115th Street (DNAPost)
    • NYPD Throws the Book at Teen Driver Who Dragged and Seriously Injured Officer in Brooklyn (Post)
    • State Senate Passes Bill Making It a Felony When Unlicensed Drivers Injure or Kill Someone (TL)
    • Fox5's Arthur Chi'en Doesn't Traffic in Windshield Perspective

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