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8:48 AM EDT on June 14, 2017

    • Trump Budget Would Ax Capital Funding for NYC Subway and Bus Projects (Post)
    • MTA Budget for Signal Repairs Is Declining, Projects Years Behind Schedule (AMNYPost, News)
    • Cuomo's Transit Solution: Get More People Driving Into Manhattan (Voice)
    • Congestion Pricing Killer Richard Brodsky Has Thoughts on Fixing the MTA (News)
    • Judge Rules Uber Drivers Are Employees Entitled to Benefits (PoliticoAMNY)
    • Scenes From de Blasio's Placard "Crackdown" (Post)
    • NYPD to Reduce Criminal Summonsing for Low-Level Public Offenses (NYT)
    • Daily News Speaks With Grieving Family of Bronx Man Killed by Hit-and-Run TLC Driver
    • Motorist Seriously Injures Man Riding Bike in Stapleton -- "No Criminality Suspected" (Advance)
    • Driver Charged After Allegedly Ramming 2 People on Great Kills Sidewalk (Advance)
    • If NYPD Is Forced to Reveal Info on X-Raying New Yorkers at Will, Terrorists Win (News)

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