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8:48 AM EDT on September 18, 2017

    • Vanterpool: A Progressive Mayor Would Make Congestion Pricing a Priority (News)
    • After Another Serious Midtown Bike Crash, DOT Says Better Crosstown Lanes Are Coming (DNA)
    • Malliotakis Volunteers to Hand Over NYC's Rainy Day Funds to Cuomo's MTA (AMNY)
    • Power Failure Caused Chaos on Five Subway Lines Sunday Afternoon (NYT, Post, NY1)
    • MTA Bus and Charter Bus Collide in Flushing -- One Dead, Eight Severely Injured (NewsAMNY)
    • SUV Driver Strikes Man on Citi Bike at 31st Street and Third Ave (Gothamist)
    • NYPD Arrested at Least 10 People for Riding Bikes in a Large Group Yesterday (Post)
    • Bike Racks Coming to MTA Buses That Cross Between the Bronx and Queens (AMNY)
    • QChron Surveys the State of Placard Abuse Outside Queens Borough Hall
    • Upcoming 2-Year Manhattan Bridge Rehab Will Take Out a Car Lane, Narrow Ped Path (DNA)
    • UN General Assembly in Town This Week -- East Side Bike Network Will Be a Mess (Bike Snob)

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