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8:58 AM EST on February 28, 2018

    • NYPD Sergeant Perfectly Acts Out the Ethos of Placard Culture (Post)
    • Our Placard-Issuing, Big Oil-Suing Mayor Won't Stop His Daily SUV Expedition to Park Slope (News)
    • If DOT's 14th St Busway Plan Beats Weaker Plans, Why Didn't DOT Study a Stronger Busway? (Voice)
    • Port Authority Looking Ahead to the Next Trans-Hudson Transit Tunnel After Gateway (NYT, AMNY)
    • MTA Sending Office Workers Out to Assist Subway Passengers During System Failures (News)
    • The Times Managed to Mangle an Op-Ed in Favor of Congestion Pricing
    • Five Electeds Call on City Hall to Make Walking Safer at Gas Station By Sunset Park School (Bklyn Paper)
    • Turning Semi-Truck Driver Hits Woman, Kills Her Dog in West Side Crosswalk (Post)
    • The Real Joke Is That Joe Lhota Only Works Part-Time at the MTA IRL (AMNY)
    • Make It Stop (Bklyn Paper)

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