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8:42 AM EDT on October 18, 2017

    • With Little to No Public Process, Cuomo to Bring Robot Cars to NYC (NYT, NewsGothamist, Politico)
    • Lhota Says MTA Will Get Better at Communicating With Riders (AMNY)
    • Straphangers Unimpressed With Subway Seat-Removal Band-Aid (NYT)
    • MTA Denies Report of Track Cleaning Cutbacks (Gothamist)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez Wants to Double Number of Yellow Cabs With 2-for-1 Medallions (Post)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills 49-Year-Old Man in Longwood (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Man Walking Bike in Middle Village (News)
    • Allison Liao's Dad Sets the Record Straight on Tony Avella's Northern Blvd. Theatrics (QChron)
    • Advance Columnist Wonders Why Everyone in Staten Island Doesn't Get a Car Already
    • The CCRB: Still a Joke (Politico)
    • Damn Bike Lanes (DNA)

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