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8:57 AM EDT on September 28, 2017

    • Extortionist Cuomo Threatens to Nix Subway Work If New Yorkers Don't Pay Up (News, WNYC)
    • If Cuomo Comes Clean on His Bridge and Tunnel Decorations, the Terrorists Win (Politico)
    • RPA Chair, RXR CEO Scott Rechler: NYC Needs Toll Reform + Transit Lockbox (Crain's)
    • Trump Apologist Michael Goodwin Hates Road Pricing, Blames ... de Blasio (Post)
    • Just What the Subway Needs: Frenetic Video Screens You Can't Get Away From (Gothamist)
    • The MTA Bus Driver Coming Up Behind You Might Have Untreated Sleep Apnea (Post)
    • Assembly Member Pamela Harris Intros Bill to Keep Drivers Away From Protests (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Jose Gomez, 71, on Northern Boulevard in Corona (News, DNA)
    • Daily News Staff Responsible for This Headline Should Check Their Capacity for Shame
    • 19th Precinct's Junked Car Lot Is Like an Exhibit on Its Failure to Enforce Speeding (DNA)
    • More Space for People on the Brooklyn Bridge Can't Come Soon Enough (Bicycling)

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