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    • More Coverage of Yesterday's Hearing on NYPD Crash Investigations (Gothamist, Post, News)
    • Lhota: "We've Got to Find a Way...[to] Widen the Roads on Staten Island" (CapNY)
    • Thruway Layoffs Continue as Concern Grows About Tappan Zee TIFIA Loan (MTR, TU)
    • DOT Proposes Road Diet for Flatbush Avenue From Empire to Nostrand (News)
    • Driver Hits Child in Fresh Meadows; No Word on Condition (WNBC)
    • East Midtown Rezoning Clears City Planning Commission; Next Stop: City Council (DNA, Crain's)
    • Police Chase Driver, Allegedly on Drugs, Across LES After Hit-and-Run Involving Officer (DNA)
    • SI Candidate Mancuso Wants City Control of Crossings, Flat Fee for Bridges and Tunnels (Advance)
    • Hong Kong Model of Using Real Estate to Fund Transit Not a Perfect Fit for NYC (Next City)
    • Shelly Silver "Does Not Have a Driver. He Has a Security Person, Who Also Happens to Drive." (Post)

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