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8:56 AM EDT on October 26, 2017

    • IBO Graphics Quantify Time Lost to Subway Delays (GothamistPost)
    • NYC Is Scaling Back Post-Sandy Flood Protection Measures, Now Years Behind (WNYCNY1, DNA)
    • Suffolk DA Thomas Spota Indicted for Interfering With Police Assault Investigation (NYT)
    • Lhota: Next Gen Fare Cards Will Be Sold Retail (WNYC); MTA Drops Alcohol Ads (NYT, News)
    • No One Showed Up to Protest Sunset Park Bike Lanes; Brooklyn Paper: Bikelash!
    • Cuomo Revives Barry Diller's Pier 55 Project, Promises to Pitch In for Hudson River Park (PoliticoNYT)
    • How the Governor Is Investing in Upstate Downtown Revivals (Politico)
    • Parents Want to Fortify Lower Manhattan School Play Street to Keep Motorists Out (Trib)
    • Motorist Kills TLC Driver Standing Near Car on LIE in Queens; No Charges (News)
    • Advance: Driverless Car Crashes Into Graniteville Store, Hospitalizes Customer
    • Related: What's Scary About This Halloween Display Is We're All Living It (Post)

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