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8:50 AM EDT on September 27, 2017

    • The MTA's Innovation Allergy Has Stalled Subway Platform Doors (Transport Politic)
    • Related: Subway Service Delayed Yesterday by Man on the Tracks (Post, DNA)
    • More on the Bus Turnaround Coalition's Rider Woes Campaign (News, NY1, AMNY)
    • NJ Transit Has No Contingency Plan If Hudson Tunnels Go Offline (WNYC)
    • City Council Considers E-Hail Cap and Yellow Cab Medallion Bailouts (Post)
    • Someone Crunched the Data on When Citi Bikes Are Faster Than Cabs (Todd SchneiderGothamist)
    • Bike New York Asks Lhota to Relax Bridge Path Riding Restrictions (AMNY)
    • DNA Covers DOT's Incomplete Fifth Avenue Plan
    • Countdown Clocks Installed at Park Slope Bus Stops (Bklyn Paper)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Man on Van Wyck (DNA); Motorcyclist Dies in St. Albans (News)
    • Victory for Albany Corruption: Appeals Court Tosses Skelos Conviction (NYT, Politico)

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