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8:57 AM EDT on August 11, 2017

    • Unlicensed Driver Kills Man, 36, Crossing Seagirt Boulevard in Far Rockaway (News)
    • VC-Funded Bike-Share Outfit Spin Prepping for Rogue Launch in NYC Next Week (Post)
    • Andrew Cuomo Has Refined the Craft of Appearing to Do Something About the Subways (Post)
    • Congestion Pricing Works Wonders. Why Doesn't New York Have It? (NYT)
    • Man on Tracks Delayed 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 Trains Yesterday Morning -- No One Hurt (AMNY)
    • When Was the Last Time NYT Ran an Opinion By Someone Who Lost a Loved One to Reckless Driving?
    • Water Main Work Has Already Narrowed Crescent Street -- a Protected Bike Lane Will Fit (TL)
    • Queens Chronicle Asked the 30th District City Council Candidates What They Envision for RBBL
    • MTA Will Keep Testing for Sleep Apnea Even Though Trump Said It's Not Necessary (Post)
    • Here, Read This Untethered Stream-of-Consciousness About Getting Around NYC (NYT)

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