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8:59 AM EDT on September 22, 2017

    • Bill de Blasio Is a Coward (Gothamist)
    • Who You Gonna Believe, Straphangers -- Cuomo or Your Own Lyin' Eyes? (VoiceNYT, DNA)
    • Post: The MTA Needs Transparency to Protect Public From Governors Like Cuomo
    • Will the Climate Change Visionary's Massive New Highway Bridge Have Space for Buses? (MTR)
    • NTSB: Engineers Who Caused NJ Transit, LIRR Crashes Had Sleep Apnea; Trump: Whatever (AP)
    • Attorney Banks on Jury to Empathize With Driver Who Killed Victoria Nicodemus (DNA)
    • "Ride Out" Cyclist Talks to Gothamist About NYPD Arrests
    • NYPD Detective Charged for Assaulting, Pulling Gun on Cyclist (NYTNews, Post, DNA)
    • DOT Construction Delays Endanger Life and Limb Outside Forest Hills School (DNA)
    • Take a Walk Under the Soul-Crushing Highway NYC Plans to Spend Billions to Sustain (NYT)
    • New York Isn't London (NYT)

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