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8:52 AM EDT on May 9, 2018

    • MTA Policies Enacted Years Ago Are Making Train Delays Worse Today (NYT)
    • Meet the MTA Employees Who Spend Their Days Taking Hits for Andrew Cuomo (WSJ)
    • Center for an Urban Future: NYC's Decrepit Infrastructure Threatens Tourism (Crain's)
    • AMNY Previews Tonight's L Train Forum
    • Final EDC Budget Proposal Doesn't Fund the BQX (Crain's)
    • Council Members Aim to Make de Blasio's Lame Attempt at Curb Management Even Worse (Post)
    • Mayor Who Won't Help the Poor Afford Transit Hires Staff to Hand-Hold Rule-Breaking Motorists (Post)
    • Justin Brannan Has Had It With Car Dealers Using the Sidewalk as Their Showroom (BK Daily)
    • Husband of Woman Killed by Brooklyn Car Wash Worker Has Died (Post)
    • Cops Don't Want People They Stop to Know Who They Are (Post)
    • In Sit-Down With Trottenberg, Advance Bemoans Lack of SI Transit While Giving Side-Eye to Bikes

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