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8:30 AM EST on February 1, 2018

    • Straphangers Demand a Better Bus Component in L Shutdown Plan (NY1, AMNY)
    • Good Luck Recharging Your MetroCard This Weekend (AMNYPost)
    • Reality Interferes With Cuomo's Long Island Hockey Train (Voice)
    • Malloy Wants Tolls and a Gas Tax Hike to Pay for CT Roads and Transit (Post)
    • The President Has No Use for Most Pressing Infrastructure Project in the Northeast (AP)
    • Eric Adams: It Should Be Manslaughter When an Unlicensed Driver Kills Someone (BK Paper)
    • Related: Joe Lentol Blocks "Unfair" Bill to Bolster Penalties, Says "Accidents Happen" (Post)
    • Related: Family of Kevin Flores Infuriated by Minor Charges From Eric Gonzalez (Post)
    • Livery Drivers Attack TLC Inspectors in the Bronx (Post)
    • Apartments to Replace Parking at Boerum Hill Public Housing Complex (BK Paper)

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