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8:45 AM EDT on July 31, 2018

    • NYT: Let's Cut Down on All Cars, Not Just Uber, on Crowded NYC Streets; Daily News: Same
    • NYPD Refuses to Release Legally Mandated Racial Breakdown of Fare Evasion Arrests (AMNY)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Woman in Simcha Felder's District (CBS2)
    • How Routine Maintenance on the D/N/R Turned Into a Massive MTA Own Goal (Voice, News, AMNY)
    • Communication Breakdowns Are Nothing New for the MTA (Curbed)
    • Don't Get Snowed By the Uber PR Juggernaut (Gothamist, News, AMNY)
    • Two Thumbs Up for MTA's New Access-a-Ride App, But Will It Scale? (NY1)
    • Gjonaj: Put Speed Measurement Signs Where Cameras Have Been Shut Off (Post)
    • Shared Electric Moped Fleets: Legal; Most Delivery E-Bikes: Still Illegal (Gothamist, News, Post, AMNY)
    • When He's Not Running StreetsPAC, Eric McClure Is Looking Out for Bike Theft Victims (Bklyn Paper)
    • Actually, "Verrazano" Is Spelled With Only One Z (Bklyn Paper)

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