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8:50 AM EDT on May 3, 2018

    • Dorothy Bruns Indicted for Manslaughter and Assault (Post)
    • TransitCenter: If de Blasio Cares About Equality, He'll Help Speed Bus Travel (NYT)
    • Politico Tries to Untangle Joe Lhota's Web of Conflicts
    • NY1 Takes a Ride With New Subway Boss Sally Librera
    • Ydanis Talks Bike-Share, BQX, and Pricing With City & State
    • NYC Needs Advice From Richard Brodsky Like It Needs a Backward AirTrain to LaGuardia (Crain's)
    • Fed Up Van Bramer Wants Clarity on 7 Train CBTC Timetable (AMNY)
    • City Island Straphangers Still Waiting for Better B29 Service (Bx Times)
    • Council Members and Joshi Are Ready to Rein In Uber; de Blasio Noncommittal (WNYC)
    • Yellow Cab Driver Jumps Curb, Pins Man to Midtown Building -- No Charges (Post)
    • Child Critically Injured by Bay Ridge Driver Last Sunday Was 10-Year-Old Jobe Kan (BK Reporter)

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