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8:59 AM EDT on June 19, 2017

    • It Happened Again: Charter Bus Driver Kills Michael Mamoukakis, 80, Biking on 7th Ave (NYT, News, Post)
    • Less Parking, More Safety for Cycling on Side Streets (WNYC)
    • MTA Insider: Subway Service Could Improve Substantially Simply By Changing Some Operating Standards (Fusion)
    • Only Two Subway Lines Make the Grade on Reliability, According to the MTA's Own Imperfect Metrics (Gothamist)
    • Commuters Brace for Penn Station's Emergency Track Repairs This Summer (NYT)
    • Meanwhile, Andrew Cuomo Wants to Dazzle You With Shiny Train Hall Renderings (Politico)
    • Gianaris: Fund MTA With Downstate Income Tax Surcharge (News)
    • Paul Massey's Transit Platform Fails to Impress (Post)
    • Classon Avenue Finally Getting a Painted Bike Lane Where Lauren Davis Was Killed (DNA)
    • Manhattan CB 3 to DOT: Make Mixing Zones Safer (DNA)
    • DOT Backtracks and Agrees to Add Stop Sign at Crossing Near LIC Schools (DNA)

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