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    • Isabel Rodriguez, 88, Killed By Hit-And-Run Driver on Brownsville's Stone Avenue (Post)
    • Five Dead in Van Wyck Traffic Crash, Including Two Children (NYTNews)
    • Bike-Share Software Glitch Affects Locking, Delaying Chattanooga Roll-Out Until Fall (News)
    • Skelos and Silver Oppose Thruway Toll Hike, and Cuomo May Back Down (Post)
    • A Close Look at the Thruway Authority's Shaky Finances (LoHud)
    • Journal News: State Still Needs to Provide Answers on Tappan Zee Tolls, Transit
    • Seven Perspectives on the New Tappan Zee Bridge, From Fisherman to Bus Rider (LoHud)
    • Tons of Public Support for Plan to Add Metro-North Station Along Bronx Amtrak Route (Crain's)
    • Upper East Side Waste Transfer Station Gets Final Approval (NYT)
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