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8:53 AM EDT on August 3, 2017

    • Van Driver Reversed Into Man Crossing 120th Street in Kew Gardens, Killing Him (DNA)
    • TransAlt Calls for Protected Bike Lane on Crescent Street in Astoria (DNA)
    • After 10 Years of Summer Streets, It's Time to Think Bigger (AMNY)
    • The MTA Was Having Trouble Filling Maintenance Jobs Even Before Deciding to Staff Up (WSJ)
    • Jay Walder: Citi Bike Can't Replace the Subway, But It Can Relieve Pressure on the System (News)
    • Citi Bike's Going on Tour in the Bronx and Staten Island (AMNYNews)
    • Douglaston Civic Association vs. Safe Douglaston Streets (TL)
    • PATH Train Carrying 22,000 Additional Riders Per Day This Summer (NYT)
    • Leftover MetroCard Balances Added Up to $80 Million in Unused Fares Last Year (News)
    • How to Make the Subways More Bearable for Your Fellow Straphangers (Gothamist, WNYC)

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