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8:46 AM EDT on October 23, 2017

    • Cuomo Is Still Playing Games With Subway Riders (NYT)
    • MTA to Award Contract for MetroCard Replacement (News)
    • De Blasio's Congestion Plan: New Delivery Rules, More Cops (NYT, AMNY, NY1, WNYCPost)
    • Mayor's Hands-Off Traffic Policy Will Kneecap Efforts to Speed Bus Travel (PoliticoNews)
    • Meet Some of the Delivery Workers de Blasio Is Going to War On (Reclaim); More: Slate
    • Killer Livery Driver Runs Over Man and Flees Scene in North Corona (News, Post)
    • It Shouldn't Be This Easy to Wreak Havoc With a Motor Vehicle (News)
    • Teenager Kills Self, Injures Passenger in Cross Bronx Expressway Crash (News)
    • Trial Begins for NYPD Cop Who Shot Another Motorist to Death (NYT)
    • The Times Did a Nice Feature on Highway Teardowns
    • Damn E-Bikes (DNA, News)

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