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8:56 AM EDT on August 14, 2017

    • Cuomo: Congestion Pricing an Idea "Whose Time Has Come" (NYT)
    • NYPD Hands Truck Driver Who Killed Neftaly Ramirez a Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Card (Gothamist, News)
    • MTA Bus Service Gets an F on Its Report Card; DOT's Efforts Don't Score Much Higher (News)
    • Did Cuomo's Subway Track Tour Delay Riders? (NBC)
    • Meet Cuomo's Pick to Lead Port Authority, Rick Cotton, Who Starts Work Today (NYT)
    • Gov Spends More on Low-Impact Economic Development Schemes Than the NYC Transit System (Post)
    • More Coverage of Spin's Scuffle With DOT (Crain's, DNA)
    • De Blasio Wants E-Bike Laws to Target Businesses, Not Workers, But Why Are They Illegal? (Post)
    • EDC Planning to Add Ferry Docks in South Bronx, Upper East Side, Lower East Side (DNA)
    • Amtrak's Penn Station Track Work "a Little Ahead of Schedule" (AMNY)

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