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8:33 AM EDT on August 31, 2017

    • The Nation Shames Cuomo, and de Blasio, for Neglecting the Subway
    • Lhota: System Fixes on Hold Until Cuomo's "Geniuses" Weigh In (WNYC)
    • Meanwhile, Here's Another Rave Review From the Tappan Zee Times
    • New Countdown Clocks Welcome E and G Riders to the 20th Century (NY1)
    • Cops in Radio Car Seriously Injure Cyclist Near Union Square; NYPD, News Blame Victim
    • Driver Critically Injures 61-Year-Old Man on Clove Road, Leaves Scene (Advance)
    • Unless He Got a Ticket -- Unlikely! -- This Driver Still in Good Standing With the TLC (Q Gazette)
    • DOT Is Testing Free Public Bike Pumps (Gothamist)
    • Better Bike Infrastructure May Be Coming to St. George (Advance)
    • Albanese Goes After de Blasio Over Fleet of New Diesel-Burning DSNY Trucks (Post)
    • Nice Voice Primer on the New York Constitutional Convention

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