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8:50 AM EDT on August 23, 2017

    • Cuomo Isn't Going to Support de Blasio's Millionaire's Tax to Fund the Subway (Politico)
    • ... But He Hasn't Released a Congestion Pricing Plan, Either (AMNY)
    • With NYC Transit in Crisis, the Governor Obsesses Over Upstate Toll Booths (Politico)
    • Will Lhota Implement Better Subway Performance Metrics? (WNYC)
    • Riders Talk to WNYC and NY1 About Bus Service; More on Yesterday's Presser: DNA
    • NYC Ferry Releases Details on Astoria Route, Set to Launch Next Week (DNA)
    • Assembly Member Diana Richardson: Petulant Parking Placard Abuser (Post)
    • Driver Runs Over Teenage Cyclist With SUV in East Flatbush, Flees Scene (DNA)
    • News: Autonomous NYPD SUV Rolls Over in Coney Island, Injures 3 Officers
    • More Vehicular Mayhem: DNA, Rag, Advance
    • The Voice Goes In-Depth on the Race for Brooklyn DA

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