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8:53 AM EDT on September 5, 2017

    • Siena Poll: 65% of Voters Think Cuomo's Doing a Bad Job on Transit (News)
    • Heastie: Millionaires Tax Should Fund Healthcare and Education, Not Just Transit (News)
    • What Happened to Lhota's MTA Overhaul Plan? Michael Gianaris Wants to Know (News)
    • De Blasio Supports Bill to More Evenly Distribute Garbage Truck Traffic (Politico)
    • Might Be Tough to Get a Grant for Woodhaven Blvd Select Bus Service From Trump's DOT (QChron)
    • Melinda Katz Should Be Calling for Shorter Crossings on 111th Street, Not Traffic Signals (QChron)
    • Driver Strikes and Kills Cyclist Chaim Miller, 28, on Ocean Parkway (Yeshiva World)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man on Hutchinson River Parkway (News)
    • Man Reverses Van Into Staten Island Laundromat at Speed, Injuring 5; NYPD: Accident! (NY1, Post)
    • The Summer Wasn't Actually That Hellish for Penn Station Commuters (News, NYTNY1)
    • There's a Net Outflow of Citi Bike Trips From the Upper West Side (Post)
    • People You Share the Road With (DNA)

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