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8:38 AM EDT on August 28, 2017

    • NJ Transit Overrun By Patronage, Corruption, and Incompetence, Says Fired Agency Watchdog (Politico)
    • Queens Pols: In NYC, Only Transit Riders, Not Drivers, Should Pay for All Their Trips (News, AMNY)
    • It's Easier to Do Congestion Pricing With Cashless Tolling, Which Is the New Normal in NYC (NYT)
    • Lewis Lehe Has the Authoritative Account of How Congestion Pricing Works in Other Cities
    • Driver Critically Injures 6-Year-Old Boy on E 33rd Street; Police Blame Victim (DNA)
    • 12 People Injured in Two Car Crashes in Queens Over the Weekend (Post)
    • Drunk SUV Driver Plows Into Backhoe on the Bruckner, Injuring Passenger (News)
    • One of America's Top Dems Came Out to Mark the Installation of a Signalized Crossing in Flushing (TL)
    • EDC: Riders Satisfied With EDC Ferry Service (NY1)
    • Liam McCabe Campaigns for Mayor of Parkingtown (Eagle)

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