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    • Driver Slams Into Willets Point Auto Shop, Killing One and Injuring Two (Post, DNA, Times Ledger)
    • Judge Dismisses Lawsuit Against Taxi E-Hail Apps (Observer, Crain's, CapNY, WSJ, NYT)
    • It's Time to Plug the Bike Lane Gaps in Central Queens (DNA)
    • On SBS And Local Buses, MTA Fare Inspectors Nabbed 57,000 Fare-Beaters in Five Years (News)
    • Josh Barro: Reduce Turnover at the Top of the MTA; Raise the Salary (Bloomberg)
    • In Court, Victim Describes Injuries Received After Cabbie Ran Over Passengers He Refused (Post)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Sergeant Sends Man to Hospital Over Parking Space (Post)
    • New Bike-Share Stations, Plaza Space Being Installed in Astor Place (NYT)
    • Alison Cohen Departs Alta Bike-Share for Job at Toole Design (Crain's)
    • Hoboken Launches Hybrid Bike-Share/Rental Program Without Docking Stations (MTR)
    • Bike-Share Installers Endure Abuse From Angry People Afraid of New Things (WNYC)
    • Scenes From Sunday's Ghost Bike Memorial Ride (Voice)

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