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8:54 AM EDT on October 10, 2017

    • Cuomo on the Defensive About Moynihan Construction Crowding Out Amtrak Repairs (News)
    • Vice: It Should Be Prohibitively Expensive to Drive Into the Manhattan CBD
    • RPA: When the Robot Cars Come, Claim More Street Space for Buses, Bikes, and Pedestrians (AMNY)
    • Nicole Gelinas Scored an Exit Interview With Outgoing TWU 100 Chief John Samuelsen (C&S)
    • How Brad Hoylman Got State DOT to Study Safety Fixes for West Side Highway (DNA)
    • 79-Year-Old Woman Drives Hyundai Through 7-11 Storefront in Forest Hills (DNA)
    • Placard Abuse Does the Impossible and Injects Some Clarity Into a Tom Wrobleski Column (Advance)
    • Tony Avella Wants to Protect Undercarriages, Not Human Life (Queens Trib)
    • The Brooklyn Paper Covered Yesterday's Car-Free Prospect Park Action
    • MetroCard Vending Machines Beamed Sunshine Into the Monday Morning Commute (Gothamist)

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