Today’s Headlines

  • How Many People Will Ride the City’s New Ferry Service? (NYT, News, PostAMNY, WNYC)
  • Why Are Subway Elevators and Escalators Broken? Because the MTA Doesn’t Maintain Them (News, AMNY)
  • Daily News: MTA’s Not Doing Enough to Make the Subways Wheelchair-Accessible
  • Driver Critically Injures 12-Year-Old Boy in Harlem (News)
  • City Hall Allocates $17 Million for Safety Fixes on Thomson Ave Where Tenzin Drudak Was Killed (DNA)
  • Port Authority to Study Building New Bus Terminal on Same Site as Current One (DNA)
  • Amtrak’s Summer Rehab Schedule Could Knock Out Chunks of Penn Station for Weeks (Politico)
  • A Dispatch From the “Alternate Universe Where People Actually Like Their Subway” — AKA London (NYT)
  • With Adjacent Stations Closed for Rehab, the Platforms at 59th Street in Bay Ridge Are Crammed (Bklyn Paper)
  • Corrections Official de Blasio Defended for Abusing City Car Perks Gave to de Blasio Campaign (News)
  • Brooklyn Spoke: When Will Police Value Safety More Than Order?

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