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8:55 AM EDT on April 28, 2014

    • Garodnick Intros Bill Requiring Businesses to Offer Pre-Tax Transit Benefit (DNA, News, WNYC, WPIX)
    • TWU Deal to Cost MTA Between $525 and $650 Million Over Five Years (News)
    • Oscar Pauzhi, 54, Killed on Atlantic Ave in Richmond Hill; Driver Not Charged (WNYCWABCTL)
    • Charges Expected for Driver Who Dragged Cop, Fled Traffic Stop (News, Post)
    • NYPD Seeks Hit-and-Run Cyclist Who Left Midtown Ped With Fractured Skull (News, Gothamist, NY1)
    • NYPD Driver Injures Motorcyclist; "Police Source" Says Cop Had Siren On, Witness Says No (News, Post)
    • At Kings Highway and 34th Street in Flatlands, Red Means "Go" to Drivers (WCBS)
    • Residents Rally Outside Jamaica Muslim Center, Calling for Speed Hump on 168th Street (NY1)
    • SI Assembly Member Titone's Ped Safety Tips Might Bring Back Some Bad Memories (Advance)
    • DOT, NYPD Split $800,000 Fed Safety Enforcement, Education Grant Over Three Years (CapNY, Post)
    • Post Warns Readers of the Dangers of Dooring, Notes There Were Only 231 Tickets Statewide Last Year
    • Take a Look at the Custom E-Trike Trailer Citi Bike Is Getting to Move Bikes Around NYC (BikePortland)

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