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8:54 AM EDT on July 11, 2018

    • De Blasio and Byford Tussle Over Transit Funding (News, PoliticoAMNY, NYT, NY1, Post)
    • Lame Bus Priority on Williamsburg Bridge Shaping Up as Weakest Link in L Train Shutdown Plan (Voice)
    • One Year After Cuomo Declared a Subway Emergency, What Difference Did It Make? (Curbed)
    • Strong Words From the Mayor on Commercial Carting Reform (NY1)
    • Errol Louis: City Hall Has to Stick to Its Guns and Clean Up Rotten Trash Carting Industry (News)
    • Cabbies Rally for Uber Cap and Compensation Pegged to Standard Meter Rates (News)
    • Fight Escalates to Murder-By-Van Outside Staten Island Courthouse (NYT, Post)
    • New Traffic Light on Skillman Ave Won't Do Nearly as Much for Safety as a Protected Bike Lane (QNS)
    • More on the Transit Platform Advocates Rolled Out for State Election Season (AMNY)
    • Chaim Deutsch Should Be a Bus Lane Booster (Bklyner)

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