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Today’s Headlines

8:54 AM EDT on May 23, 2018

    • Byford Steps Up on Transit Fixes. Will Cuomo? (NYT 1, 2; AMNYNY1; WNYCNews; Post)
    • NYT's Brian Rosenthal Talks With WNYC About Joe Lhota's Many Hats
    • Straphangers Tell Riverdale Press What It's Like to Depend on the Bx10
    • More on Queens CB 2's 43rd/Skillman Gripe Session (SunPo)
    • Pedicab Operators on de Blasio's E-Bike Rules: What About Us? (ABC)
    • E-Bike Rider Hits Child on the Upper East Side (Post)
    • Drive Drunk With a Car Full of Kids and DMV Will Take Your License for a Whole Year (Advance)
    • Agencies Duck Responsibility for Flooding at Windsor Terrace Subway Station (BK Paper)
    • Group That Guides Trump on Infrastructure Says Regulations Add Costs to NY Projects (Crain's)
    • Locals Not Happy That DOT Replaced Safety City With a "Truck Depot" (AMNY)

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