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8:53 AM EDT on June 18, 2018

    • State Senate Chucks Life-Saving Speed Cams Into End-of-Session Bill Larded With Poison Pills (News)
    • Shoup's Prescription for Getting a Price on NYC's Free Parking: Distribute Revenue Fairly (NYT)
    • MTA Will Stop Blaming Passenger Crowding as the Default Reason for Subway Delays (News)
    • Drunk Driver Kills David Bloomer, 32, Crossing Tompkins Ave in Stapleton (News)
    • Stay Tuned as Van Bramer Formulates Position on the Bike Infrastructure He Asked For (Sunnyside Post)
    • Ex-MTA Construction Chief Breezes Through the Revolving Door to Contractor Tutor Perini (Post)
    • More Coverage of DOT's New Mobility Report (News, Post, CBS2)
    • Which Gets a Federal Loan First: Gateway Tunnel or Hudson Yards Towers Built on Top of It? (Politico)
    • A 712-Car Garage Rises in DUMBO, Right Next to the F Train (Bridge)
    • Pick-Up Driver Rear-Ends MTA Bus and Injures 13 Passengers (News)
    • Unlicensed Driver Seriously Injures Man in Chelsea. Post: LOL Check Out This Wordplay!

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