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8:38 AM EST on February 21, 2018

    • Turning Motorist Kills 83-Year-Old in Woodside; NYPD and Richard Brown Shrug (Q Gazette)
    • Five-Hour Meltdown Strands Queens Subway and Bus Riders (AMNY)
    • Byford Promises Meaningful Subway Metrics (NYT) and Bus Improvements (AMNY)
    • Cuomo Prioritizes ADA-Noncompliant Station Remodels (AMNY, WNYCRag) and Cadillacs (Post)
    • Ravitch Talks With Bond Buyer About the Terrible State of the Subway
    • Nowakowski Announces Plan for LIRR Tech and Service Upgrades (Newsday)
    • Cuomo's Cashless Toll System Is Broken (WNYC)
    • Police Think a LaGuardia Shuttle Bus Driver Killed Steven Morales (News)
    • DOT Lets CB 1 and Parking-Obsessed Cranks Spike Seating Outside Tribeca Coffee House (Trib)
    • Brooklyn CB 2 Ponders the Age-Old Motor Vehicle Storage vs. Human Life Dilemma (BK Paper)

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