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8:58 AM EDT on July 20, 2017

    • De Blasio Notes Cuomo's Screwy Transpo Priorities, Gov's Flacks Lose It (Politico, @2AS, News)
    • Assembly Member Robert Carroll: Enact Road Pricing and Shift BQX Budget to the MTA (Eagle)
    • New Yorkers Say State and City Should Boost MTA Funding (WSJ -- Paywall)
    • Straphangers Vent to WNYC About Their Subway Commutes
    • News Endorses Rail Reactivation on Rockaway Beach Branch
    • People Are Complaining About East River Ferry Service (DNA)
    • July Penn Station NJ Transit Derailment Blamed on "Track Defect" (NYT)
    • Rory Lancman Wants NYPD to Publicize Data on Fare-Beating Arrests (Politico)
    • Motorist Critically Injures Child in Mariners Harbor; Victim Accused of "Darting" (Advance, DNA)
    • Port Authority Truck Driver Critically Injures Senior on Sixth Avenue in Midtown (DNA)
    • DOT to Install a Traffic Signal After a Driver Killed a Senior on Broadway in Riverdale (News 12)
    • The Daily News Published a Seth Pinsky Advertorial for the Suburbs

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