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8:57 AM EDT on July 10, 2017

    • Straphangers Say Subway Delays Are Upending Their Lives (News, Gothamist)
    • TransAlt and Bike NY: Better Bike Infrastructure Can Help NYC Weather Tough Transit Times (News)
    • The MTA Really Comes in Handy for Cuomo's Budgetary Shell Games (News)
    • Last Week's Penn Derailment Happened at an Interlocking Everyone Knew Needed to Get Fixed (NYT)
    • Today Marks the Start of Penn Station's "Summer of Hell" (NYT, News, PostAMNYBklyn Paper)
    • Gelinas: Things Will Get Worse at Penn Before They Get Better (Post)
    • Daily News Bemoans Our Silly Regional Transit Turf Wars
    • Tow Truck Driver Kills Donna Hahl, 70, in Queens Village, Arrested for Breaking Right of Way Law (Gothamist)
    • Bus Driver Hits and Kills Woman in Brooklyn, Police Investigating It as Suicide (News)
    • There's a Development Surge Around the Second Avenue Subway (NYT)
    • Greenway Segment in Red Hook Will Be Closed for Weeks to Make Way for Car Race (Bklyn Paper)

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