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8:59 AM EDT on August 1, 2017

    • Truck Drivers Working for Action Carting Have Killed Five People in NYC Since 2008 (DNA)
    • City Hall's Bike Strategy Should Be a Lot Bolder Than 10 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes a Year (Gothamist)
    • NYPD Needs to Turn Over a New Leaf and Change Its Approach to Cyclist Safety (CityLimits)
    • Cuomo Might Move His Man Pat Foye From Port Authority to MTA (Politico)
    • NYC Dems Turn to Jelly When Asked to Call Out Cuomo for Transit Crisis, Except Jumaane Williams (Voice)
    • Add to the List of Political Players Uninterested in Helping Riders: Rory Lancman (Crain's), TWU (NY1)
    • The City Doesn't Run the MTA, But the Mayor's Taking a Hit in the Polls Anyway (Crain's, News)
    • Will Pressure to Fix the Subways Give Congestion Pricing Political Momentum? (C&S)
    • Just What the MTA Needs -- an Easy Mark in Charge of Procurement (Post)
    • Car Passenger Dies of Injuries Sustained in Drunk Driving Crash (News)
    • Read Part Two of Danielle Davis's Account of Losing Her Sister Lauren to Traffic Violence (Medium)

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