Today’s Headlines

  • Sanitation Salvage Driver Lied About Killing a Man, Faced No Charges, Then Killed Again (ProPublica)
  • Why Do Major MTA Contractors Consistently Fall So Far Behind Schedule? (NYT)
  • The Jig Is Up for de Blasio’s Ferry Subsidies (News, NY Mag, AMNY)
  • NYC Schools Surrounded by Minefields of Dangerous Streets (Post)
  • Advocates Head to Albany This Week to Tell Legislators That Speed Cameras Save Lives (WNYC)
  • Parks Department’s Greenway Construction Delays Have Consequences (Post)
  • City Breaks Ground on Lackluster Redesign of Atlantic Avenue in Cypress Hills (Patch)
  • No Accessibility Upgrades Coming Out of Months-Long Shutdown of 72nd Street B/C Station (NY1)
  • Four Injured in Two-Car Crash in Canarsie Sunday (News)
  • State Senate Candidate Jessica Ramos Running Against Jose Peralta as an MTA Watchdog (NBC)
  • Slate Surveys the “Preposterously Corrupt” Landscape of NYC Parking Placards

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