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8:55 AM EDT on July 17, 2018

    • JSK and Lou Riccio: Pass the Speed Cam Bill Because We Can't "Sign and Signal Our Way to Safety" (NYT)
    • Only Thing Standing in the Way of Speed Cam Extension Is a Couple of Senate Republicans (Advance)
    • EDC Freight Plan: $100M to Shift Truck Trips to Barge, Rail, and Air (Crain's)
    • Four Years After Daniel Pantaleo Killed Eric Garner, NYPD Moves to Discipline Him (News, PostPolitico)
    • Lexington Line Crowding Down Big as Riders Switch to 2nd Ave Subway (News)
    • Yikes -- Curved Track on 7 Extension Wore Down Flanges Until Trains Derailed (News)
    • Russianoff: What's Holding the MTA Back From Reforming Access-a-Ride? (News)
    • Chin Intros Resolution Calling for Two-Way Toll on the Verrazano (Broadsheet)
    • Bklyner Surveys the Situation With Dockless Bike-Share and Citi Bike's Lack of Expansion
    • The Wait for Their Plaza Is Finally Over for Myrtle Avenue Merchants (Bklyn Paper)

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