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8:53 AM EDT on September 25, 2017

    • Progress! New MTA Performance Dashboard Will Be Decipherable to Riders (News)
    • The Post Likes Move NY, as Long as MTA and DOT Put It to Good Use
    • City-Owned Fleet Mileage Has Increased 25% Under de Blasio (NYT)
    • Red Light Running Livery Driver Critically Injures Man on Citi Bike Crossing 9th Ave (News, DNAPost)
    • Council Wants DOT to Investigate Potential for Off-Peak Deliveries in NYC (AMNY)
    • How Long Will Disabled New Yorkers Have to Wait for an Accessible Subway System? (Curbed 1, 2)
    • Dahlia Isn't the Only Bus Company in NYC With Serial Safety Violations (NYT, Post)
    • Weekend Carnage: Motorcyclist Killed in Crash With Box Truck (Post), Reckless DUI in Hollis (Post)
    • Douglaston LDC: Yes, We Want a Safer Northern Boulevard (TL)
    • Meet the Sands Street Police Parking Lot (Gothamist)

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