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8:49 AM EDT on June 4, 2018

    • Lyft in Talks to Acquire Citi Bike Operator Motivate (Bloomberg)
    • Investigation of Sanitation Salvage Reveals a Lawless Company Where Life Is Cheap (ProPublica)
    • Strong Words From the Daily News Endorsing Congestion Pricing to Pay for Byford's Transit Plan
    • NYT: Most Important Part of Byford Plan Is Reforming MTA Project Management
    • Two-Parter on Subway Delays Making New Yorkers Late for Work (Post)
    • De Blasio Won't Talk About Fair Fares, So Riders Alliance Invented a Mayor Who Will (AMNY)
    • Ah, the Mind-Bending Inscrutability of MTA Service Change Posters (News)
    • DOT Showed Its 9th Street Design Concept to the Park Slope Street Safety Partnership (Bklyner)
    • Drunk Mercedes Driver Injures Four People in Two Collisions (News)
    • How Should You Deal With the Stress of Biking on NYC's Car-Centric Streets? (Gothamist)
    • Cuozzo: Signals? The J Train Don't Need No Stinkin' Modern Signals (Post)

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