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8:43 AM EDT on August 7, 2018

    • Uber Driver: There Are Too Many Uber Drivers, Not Enough Fares (News)
    • Constantinides to DOT: Fix 23rd Avenue Where Xellea Samonte Was Killed (TL)
    • Canarsie Tube Subways Will Shut Down for 15 Weekends Before Official L Shutdown (AMNY, Gothamist)
    • More on Trottenberg and Byford's Rosy Tour of the L Train Replacement Busway (News, AMNY)
    • This Heat Can't Stop Carl Heastie From Biking to Work (Gothamist)
    • JUMP's Spotty Bike Availability Gets Picked Up by the Post
    • Lyft's Aggressive PR Isn't Winning Any Friends (Politico)
    • Riders Love New MTA Para-Transit Pilot But It's Too Expensive to Scale Up (WSJ)
    • Sandor Szabo Committed the Transgression of Tapping a Car, Now He's Likely to Die (News)
    • Gothamist Has Photos of Soggy Summer Streets

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