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8:59 AM EDT on July 31, 2017

    • DOT's Using a Cycling Safety Index to Prioritize Next Round of Bike Infrastructure (NYT)
    • Turning Cab Driver Kills Woman, 80, in Upper East Side Side Crosswalk (Post)
    • More Weekend Carnage: UES (Post); Rosedale (News, Post); Westchester Ave (News); Hamilton Hts (Post)
    • Rumor Has It Cuomo and Christie Plan to Sack Port Authority Chair John Degnan (PoliticoNews)
    • Lhota: More Overnight FasTrack Repairs Coming, Not Extensive Systemwide Shutdowns (Post, AMNY)
    • Ross Barkan: Don't Play Cuomo's Game and Deflect Blame for Subway Mess Away From Him (Gothamist)
    • Speaking of Which, Here's Some Subway False Equivalence That's as Tough on de Blasio as Cuomo (News)
    • Rodriguez and Dinowitz Will Go on a Subway Listening Tour (News)
    • What Will It Take for Dinowitz and Heastie to Provide Oversight of Cuomo's MTA? (Reinvent Albany)
    • De Blasio: Restaurants, Not Workers, Should Pay E-Bike Fines (WNYC, Post); But Why Are They Illegal? (Gothamist)
    • Daily News Endorses Motivate's Plan for Citi Bike Expansion
    • People Might Get Killed Because of the Post's Coverage of Traffic Court

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