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8:52 AM EDT on June 29, 2018

    • Marty Golden Belittles Parents Who've Lost Kids to Traffic Violence (@TransAlt, Gothamist, News 12)
    • Of Course the Car Haters at the Staten Island Advance Would Endorse Speed Cameras
    • De Blasio Goes Ahead With E-Bike "Clarification" That Won't Help Delivery Workers (Gothamist, Crain's)
    • Cornegy and Gjonaj Intro Bill to Sabotage Waste Carting Reforms (Crain's)
    • Electeds, Riders Alliance Call on Cuomo to Fund Byford's MTA Fixes With Road Pricing (AMNY, NY1)
    • Ethics Watchdogs to Lhota: Give Up Your Other Jobs or Resign From the MTA (NYT)
    • Cuomo Abandons His Long Island Sound Tunnel Vanity Project (Newsday)
    • Nice Riverdale Press Piece on What Fair Fares Will Mean for Locals
    • Former Cop Eric Adams Says Driver Who Killed Luz Gonzalez Must Be Held Accountable (BK Paper)
    • No Matter How Inconvenient or Impractical, Nobody Stop Driving In or To Spuyten Duyvil (Press)

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