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    • Cuomo Calls for Lopez Resignation; Prior Harassment Claims Quieted by Shelly Silver (NYT 1, 2)
    • Jason Tavarez Struck and Killed in Longwood; Driver Charged With Manslaughter, DWI (DNA)
    • Unnamed Pedestrians Killed Trying to Cross Grand Central Parkway (DNA) and FDR (Post)
    • Advance: Dedicated Lanes for Hylan Boulevard Select Bus Are a Symbol of Unfair Transpo Policy
    • City Council Bill Would Require NYPD to Report Fare-Beating Stats (Advance)
    • Passengers Stranded for Hours When Computer Malfunction Stalls JFK Trains (NYT)
    • Ian Dutton to Propose Separated Bergen Street Bike Lane to Community Boards (Bklyn Paper)
    • Gravel Surface and Speed Bumps Keep Cyclists Off Brooklyn Bridge Park Bike Path (Post)
    • Shocker: Inwood Restaurant's Promise of Convenient Parking Draws More Traffic to Dyckman (DNA)
    • Bronx SUV Driver Rams Shoe Store on Jerome Avenue, Injuring 12 (Gothamist)
    • Autonomous Van Crashes Into Building Scaffolding in Hell's Kitchen (DNA)
    • NYPD Sergeant Damages Car of Fellow Cop; Criminality Suspected (News)
    • Louisiana Surgeon En Route to Operating Room Bypasses Gridlock on Kid's Bike (HuffPo)

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