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8:58 AM EDT on October 5, 2017

    • Consultant Says Cuomo's Cashless Tolling Rollout May Have Hurt Revenue (WSJ)
    • DOI Commissioner Mark Peters Talks With Errol Louis About Placard Arrests (NY1)
    • Citi Bike Docks Coming to Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, and PLG This Week (DNA)
    • Judge Rules TLC Can't Seize Vehicles From Drivers for Illegal Street Hails (Post)
    • NYPD: Unlicensed Dump Truck Driver Who Hit Grand Street Cyclist Was Off-Route (DNA)
    • Scant Info on Collision That Injured Two Pedestrians in Prospect Heights Yesterday (Bklyner, PIX)
    • Suit: Man Assaulted by MTA Employee After Bus Driver Nearly Runs Him Over (DNA)
    • Bx6 Riders Are Loving Unobstructed Median Lanes; NY1's Jose Martinez: What About Drivers?
    • How to Run a Transit System (TransitCenter); How Not To (Bloomberg)

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