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8:56 AM EDT on October 16, 2017

    • It's Not Just Capital Costs -- MTA Operating Costs Much Higher Than Peer Agencies (Curbed)
    • CBC: Tappan Zee Tolls Will Have to Double to Cover Costs of Cuomo's Mega-Bridge (News)
    • Trust Chris Christie and Donald Trump -- Federal Funding for Gateway Is Definitely Coming (Politico)
    • Report: NYPD's Brooklyn Fare Evasion Arrests Target Black Neighborhoods (AMNY)
    • Teamster Sets the Record Straight on Why NYC Needs Commercial Waste Carting Reform (C&S)
    • DOT Starts Up Public Process for Next Phase of Queens Blvd Bike Lanes; Koslowitz Wavering (QChron)
    • As DOT Plans Faster Bus Rides on Cross Bay Boulevard, Queens CB 10 Groans (QChron)
    • Staten Island Express Bus Riders Now Have a Speedier Trip Across the Verrazano (DNA)
    • MTA Opens the Revamped Bay Ridge Ave R Train Station, But It's Still Not ADA-Accessible (News)
    • Man Steals Mercedes, Injures 8 in Crash on Belt Parkway, Flees on Foot (Post)
    • How Not to Recover a Stolen Bike (Gothamist)

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