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8:55 AM EDT on July 13, 2017

    • De Blasio Wants Stronger Penalties for Drivers Who Kill People in Crosswalks (AdvanceNews)
    • State Legislators Didn't Sign Off on DOT's Fast-Track BQE Rebuild (Gothamist)
    • The Times Editorial Board Says the Mayor Should Do More to Help the MTA
    • De Blasio: Rahm Was Right About New York City Transit Problems (News)
    • Transit Riders Demand Answers From MTA and DOT on L Shutdown (DNANY1AMNY)
    • Amtrak Already Hedging on Timetable for Penn Station Work (Post)
    • 7 Train Breakdown Stranded Riders Yesterday (Post)
    • A Group of People Beat a Man to Death for Opening Car Doors in the Bronx (News)
    • The Post Wants You to Be Outraged Over Tolls for Out of State Drivers (1, 2)
    • Who Woulda Thought the Staten Island Ferris Wheel Would Be a Huge Boondoggle (Advance)

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