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8:53 AM EDT on October 30, 2017

    • Gelinas: De Blasio Traffic Plan "a Protection Racket" for Placard Holders and Midtown Builders (Post)
    • Five Years Ago, Superstorm Sandy Flooded Subway Stations and Tunnels (AMNY)
    • The MTA Will Be Fixing and Fortifying the Subways for a Long Time to Come (NY1)
    • Lhota Creates New MTA Division to Respond to Storms, Heat Waves, and Blackouts (Post)
    • Environmental Justice Advocates March Over Brooklyn Bridge Demanding Action on Climate (News)
    • Queens Chronicle Led By Unreconstructed "War on Cars" Reactionaries
    • Related: Chronicle Coverage of Cross Bay Blvd Bus Lanes, SBS Expansion, Northern Blvd Bike Lane
    • NYC Transit Riders Could Have It Worse -- We Could Live in Some Other American City (AMNY, Post)
    • Schumer Rips MTA for Slow Pace of Positive Train Control Installation (Post)
    • The Cuozz Wrote a Subway Rant That Almost Makes Sense (Post)
    • NYPD Can't Keep a Good Bike Joust Down (Gothamist)

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