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9:00 AM EDT on August 24, 2017

    • MTA Error Caused System-Wide Subway Delays Wednesday (NYT, Gothamist, AMNYNews)
    • De Blasio Flogs Millionaire's Tax and Panders to Motorists in Primary Debate (Politico, WNYC)
    • Matthiessen Talks Toll Reform on WNYC; Post Finds a Way to Make Pricing Bad for Transit
    • Riverdale Press Interviews Jeffrey Dinowitz About His Transportation Tax Proposal
    • The Times Censures Retiring Dem Lawmakers for Bypassing Voters
    • A Man Kicked a Car in Queens, So the Driver and a Passenger Killed Him (News)
    • Charges Filed: NYPD Throws the Book at Staten Island Cyclist (Advance)
    • No Charges, No Tickets for Trash Hauler Who Left Trail of Destruction in Bed-Stuy (DNA)
    • Riverdale Press Reader Has the Answer to Times Walk- and Bike-Shaming
    • Whatever Happened to the Staten Island Subway? (NYT)

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