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    • Uber Yanks Its Taxi Hailing App From NYC (The VergeYglesiasNYT)
    • Sarah Goodyear: We're All Complicit in the Way Delivery Cyclists Ride (Atlantic Cities)
    • Post Readers Want to Keep the Monthly Fare as Low as Possible
    • North Brooklyn Residents on the Hunt for Funds to Park-ify One Block of Union Ave (DNA)
    • DOT Shows Plan for Safer Lefferts Boulevard to Cranky Community Board 10 (QChron)
    • LIRR Ridership to Atlantic Terminal Quadruples for Streisand Show (TransNat)
    • Top Problems for Barclays Neighbors: Idling, Double Parking, Errant Trucks (AYRPost)
    • Delivery Trucks Collide on BQE, Killing One (Post)
    • Can Stefanie Gray Hit All 468 Subway Stations in Record Time? (CapNY)
    • Richard Lipsky and Carl Kruger Are Together Again in Cushy Otisville State Prison (Crain's)

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