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8:51 AM EDT on April 17, 2018

    • Yesterday Morning's Downpour Was Too Much for the Subways to Handle (News, NY1, Post)
    • MTA's Modern, Failure-Prone Signal System at Bergen Street Isn't Out of the Woods Yet (News, AMNY)
    • CityLab Reviews a Century of Subway Politics and Stalled Expansions
    • The IDC Comes to an Official But Unceremonious End (NYT, Politico)
    • State Senate Passes Bill to Stiffen Penalties for Unlicensed Drivers Who Injure or Kill (Post)
    • 7 Manhattan Electeds Press MTA to Make Way for 32nd Street Sidewalk Expansion (AMNY)
    • Dem Running for Empty East Side Assembly Seat Can't Bring Himself to Endorse Congestion Pricing (CL)
    • Disgruntled Misanthrope Allan Rosen Got a Platform in Gotham Gazette to Rant About Select Bus Service
    • God Forbid Staten Island Receives a Ped Safety Project Without Cranks Watering It Down First (Advance)

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