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8:49 AM EDT on August 13, 2018

    • Truck Driver Not Charged for Killing Madison Lyden; No Charges or Tickets for Cab Driver (NYT)
    • Another Family Destroyed by NYC's Failure to Prioritize Human Life Above Cars (NewsPost)
    • TWU Thinks It Can Gaslight Straphangers Into Thinking Cuomo Is Their Friend (Politico)
    • S&P Downgrades MTA Credit Rating (Crain's); Gelinas: The Debt Spiral Just Got Worse (Post)
    • Advocates Predict Disaster When the L Shuts Down (Post); Related: AMNY
    • AMNY Talks With MTA Accessibility Chief Alex Elegudin
    • Again, the Story Here Is the Culture of Corruption That Begets PBA "Get Out of Jail Free" Cards (News)
    • DOT Begins Work on Ninth Street Redesign (BK Paper)
    • Driver Critically Injures Senior on Woodhaven Blvd. -- Miller and Addabbo Blame SBS (QChron)
    • Advance: Staten Island Needs More Bike Parking

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