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8:51 AM EDT on July 19, 2017

    • The MTA's Biggest Problem in One Politico Headline
    • Lhota Carries On the MTA Tradition of Blaming Riders for Poor Service (NYT, Politico)
    • News: State Lawmakers and MTA Board Members Should Try Using Trains and Buses
    • Chris Christie’s NJ Transit Can't Manage to Put Crew Members on Trains (Post, News)
    • LIRR Riders Stranded for Up to 45 Minutes Last Evening (News)
    • State Will Borrow $500 Million for Farley Renovation; MTA Could End Up on the Hook (Politico)
    • Upstate Lawmaker Says E-ZPass Revenues Should Fund Upstate Road Projects (AP)
    • Don't Count Out Violent Felon Hiram Monserrate in Corona Council Race (PoliticoPost, News)
    • A Collision Like This One Should Never Happen on the Streets of New York City (Post, DNA)
    • Class Action Suit Accuses Uber of Discriminating Against the Disabled (NYT)
    • Denying Drivers Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants Isn't Helping Anyone (NYT)

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