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8:54 AM EDT on August 4, 2017

    • Is the Brooklyn-Queens Streetcar Dead or Just Hibernating? (Voice)
    • Better Scheduling Could Go a Long Way to Improve Subway Reliability (CityLab)
    • After Subway Listening Tour, Will Pols Hold Cuomo's MTA Accountable? (News, WNYC, MTR)
    • The Daily News Serves Up Another Subway Opinion That Could Have Come From Cuomo's Press Shop
    • Richard Ravitch: Today's NYC Business Leaders Don't Value Transit Like They Should (Bond Buyer)
    • Metro-North Will Keep Hourly Frequency at Two Bronx Stations -- Not Good Enough (Prog RR)
    • NYT: MTA Has to Do Better for Disabled Riders
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Man in East New York (News)
    • Can't Say It Enough -- Helmet Laws Don't Make Cycling Safer (Gothamist)
    • The Queens Boulevard Bike Lane Has Arrived in Rego Park (QChron)
    • Andrew Cuomo Got National Republicans to Pay Attention to Transit (News)

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