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    • Hit-and-Run SUV Driver Kills 91-Year-Old Man in Sheepshead Bay (News, Post)
    • Ridership Up, Travel Times Down on East Side Select Bus Service Route (DNAinfo)
    • DOT Looking Into RPP, Which Needs Albany Support, to Help Manage Atlantic Yards Traffic (NY1)
    • Daily News Thanks JSK for Stopping Livery Cab Stands, Still Owes an Apology for Anti-Bike Nonsense
    • East River Ferries Got 12,000 Riders Over Two Days of Free Service (DNAinfo)
    • Nicole Gelinas: Union Concessions Would Make State Senate's MTA Fantasy More Realistic (Post)
    • MTA Should Have Known Not to Hire Bus Driver With DWI on His Record (News)
    • Queens CB 9 Chair Criticizes Ulrich for "Get a Life" Tweet; Ulrich: "I Am Not a Doormat" (Queens Chron)
    • Brooklyn CB 2 Might Ask DOT for North-South Bike Links Near BAM (The Local)
    • Proposal to Digitize Travel Info for Old Subway Cars Triggers Waves of Nostalgia From the NYT
    • Have Streetsblog Readers Seen the Last of the Weinermobile? (Google)

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