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8:58 AM EDT on August 10, 2018

    • Lhota Says He's Working to Rein in MTA Construction Costs (Crain's)
    • New York's Transport Leadership Vacuum Is Playing Havoc With People's Lives (NYT, Post)
    • Clark Street 2/3 Station Closed -- for Days -- Due to Broken Elevators (Gothamist)
    • If It Feels Like 100 Degrees on Your Subway Platform, It Probably Is (NY1)
    • Emily Badger Spoke With Bruce Schaller About Optimizing For-Hire Fleets (NYT)
    • How Uber Wore Out Its Welcome Among NYC Electeds (NYT); De Blasio Gloats (Post, NY1)
    • Former MTA Procurement Chief Indicted for Cell Phone Resale Scam (NYT)
    • Murphy Blames Train Cancellations on Engineers Not Showing Up for Work (WNYC)
    • Suspect in Death of Sandor Szabo Is a Wake Forest Assistant Basketball Coach (NYT)
    • A Motorist Nearly Ran Over This Man's Dog -- Now He's About to Be Deported (Gothamist)

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