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8:58 AM EDT on August 7, 2017

    • De Blasio: Fund MTA With Millionaires Tax (NYT, WNYC)
    • Which Is More Likely to Pass in Albany - Taxing the Rich or Toll Reform? (Crain's)
    • Every Day, a Lot of Scheduled Subway Runs Never Happen (NYT)
    • Gelinas: Best New MTA Execs Can Do Is Limit Damage From Cuomo's Malfeasance (Post)
    • Jim Brennan: Cuomo's Been Lying About State Support for the MTA (Gotham Gazette)
    • Where's the MTA Emergency Plan to Fix Sluggish, Unreliable Bus Service? (Gotham Gazette)
    • Frederick Swope, 21, Dies of Injuries Inflicted By Truck Driver Near Chelsea Piers; NYPD Blames Victim (Gothamist)
    • The Mayor Says We Haven't Heard the Last of the BQX Streetcar (WNYC, Voice)
    • Schumer and Senate Dems Hold Up U.S. DOT Nominees to Pressure Trump on Gateway (WSJ)
    • Better Bike Lanes for Southern Brooklyn? Teresa Scavo's Got Her Hackles Up Already (AMNY)

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