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8:54 AM EDT on July 16, 2018

    • Families for Safe Streets Takes It Straight to John Flanagan at His Suffolk Home (CBS 880)
    • Rampant Mechanical Defects Slowing Down Train Service, Subway Workers Tell the Post
    • In 10 Years, DOT's Plaza Program Has Turned Space for Cars Into 74 Places for People (NYT)
    • Corey Johnson's "DOT Ombudsman" Bill Is a NIMBY Empowerment Act (QChron)
    • Driver Seriously Injures Man on Northern Boulevard in Jackson Heights (News)
    • NY1 Previews the Coming Fight Over Commercial Trash Carting Reform
    • Staten Islanders Rally for Safer Streets at Borough Hall (Advance)
    • A Dispatch From the First Weekend of Dockless Bike-Share in the Rockaways (AMNY)
    • TWU Prez Tony Utano: Dockless Bike-Share Jobs Pay Less Than Citi Bike and Lack Benefits (News)
    • Hundreds Have Signed on to Support Safer Bike Lanes on Utopia Parkway (QChron)
    • Now's the Time to Design Good Walking and Biking Connections for the Next Grand Street Bridge (QChron)

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