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8:46 AM EDT on July 11, 2017

    • TransitCenter's 10-Point Plan for a Healthier MTA Starts With Honesty
    • Cuomo's Not Coming Clean About His MTA Budget Games (SoP, Politico)
    • These Days It's News When Transit Runs the Way It Should (News, NYTAMNY, Gothamist, DNA, Post)
    • Straphangers Know Signs on Train Car Floors Won't Fix the Subway's Troubles (Post)
    • Schumer and Booker Press Trump to Fund Gateway Project (AMNY)
    • Turning Driver Critically Injures Woman, 72, in Marble Hill; NYPD: "No Criminality Suspected" (Post)
    • Here's Your Car-Free Prospect Park News Round-Up: Brooklyn PaperAMNY, Gothamist, DNA, Post
    • Bike Fatalities Aren't Changing Much in NYC, But They're Not the Best Way to Measure Bike Safety (DNA)
    • In Bed Stuy, Doctors Are Prescribing Bike-Share Memberships (Voice)
    • Brian Lehrer Checks in With Researchers Studying the Air City Cyclists Breathe (WNYC)
    • MTA Begins Work on New L Train Entrance at Avenue A (DNA)

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