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8:53 AM EST on January 29, 2018

    • Unlicensed Oil Truck Driver Kills Kevin Flores, 13, Biking in Bed Stuy (NY1; News 1, 2; Post)
    • Eric Adams Calls for Tougher Consequences for Companies That Employ Unlicensed Drivers (News)
    • Neftaly Ramirez Lawyer: DA Gonzalez Shielding Action Carting and Trucker Who Killed Him (BK Paper)
    • Victims of Sayfullo Saipov Sue City and State for $600M for Failing to Protect West Side Greenway (Post)
    • Stringer: No Time to Waste, NYC Bus Riders Need a Bus Action Plan Right Now (News)
    • Enacting Congestion Pricing Depends on Marty Golden, Simcha Felder, and Andrew Lanza (Crain's)
    • Traffic Is a Tax on Poor New Yorkers (Fortune)
    • Should Value Capture Pay for Subway Expansions? (NYT)
    • GOP Gov Candidate Makes Hay Out of Bloated MTA Construction Costs Under Cuomo (Post)
    • Hakeem Jeffries: No Trump Infrastructure Deal Without Public Housing Funds (C&S)
    • Wondering How Subway Service Got So Bad? Watch This Times Video

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