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8:46 AM EDT on July 5, 2017

    • Cuomo and State Lawmakers Left NYC in the Lurch, But Uber Got Its Way (NYT)
    • U.S. DOT Cuts Ties With Gateway Corporation (EnoAMNY, WNYC)
    • Rahm Emanuel Weighs In on MTA Problems and Federal Transit Funding (NYT)
    • Daily News Scoop: Some MTA Officials Take the Subway More Often Than Others
    • Amtrak Will Divert Trains From Penn to Grand Central This Summer (Post, NY1)
    • RIOC Settles Suit With Family of Cyclist Killed by Bus Driver Who Was Cleared by NYPD (News)
    • Husband of Olga Cook Sues Hudson River Park Trust for Poor Greenway Design (DNA)
    • Driver Hits Two People at JFK; Victims Hospitalized (Post)
    • Motorcyclist Dies in Bruckner Expressway Crash (DNA)
    • What If Veterans in Suffolk County Didn't Have to Drive Everywhere? (NYT)
    • The Times Is Looking for Straphangers to Help With Transit Coverage

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