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8:54 AM EDT on June 19, 2018

    • James O'Neill to Albany: Expand Speed Cameras Now (AMNY, News)
    • PS 124 Principal Annabell Burrell Dreads Losing More Children to Reckless Drivers (Post)
    • Weekday Subway Ridership Down Nearly 100,000 Trips Compared to Last Year (News)
    • NYC Hasn't Figured Out How to Get Uber to Work Well in the City (Bloomberg)
    • MTA Hires First Head of Accessibility for NYC Transit (News, AMNY)
    • Cuomo to Appoint Retread D'Amato Pal David Mack to MTA Board (Post)
    • Skinhead Hits and Critically Injures Delivery Cyclist With U-Haul Van; No Charges (Post)
    • Cyclist Dies After Falling and Hitting Head on Manhattan Bridge (Gothamist, News)
    • What Bus Drivers Want: All-Door Boarding, Better Bus Lanes, Realistic Schedules (CityLab)
    • Subway Delays Are the Talk of the Town (AMNY)
    • Somewhere Buried in Here You'll Find a Point About Poor Design of Greenway Security Barriers (NYT)

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