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8:59 AM EDT on June 6, 2014

    • Will Albany Let New York City Prevent Traffic Deaths? (New Yorker)
    • Two-Way Jamaica Hills Street to Go One-Way for "Safety," But Without Traffic Calming (TL)
    • Midtown Livery Driver Crushed by Own Car After Exiting, Accidentally Hitting Gas (DNA, NY1Post)
    • Tri-State Looks at What's Missing in NYPD Crash Data (MTR)
    • Rockaway Beach Deli Installs Camera (But No Bus Time Info) So Patrons Don't Miss Bus (DNA)
    • Bronx Dirt Biker Launches $30 Million Lawsuit After Sustaining Injuries in NYPD Chase (DNA)
    • Uber Expands With Request to Open Two More Black Car Bases (CapNY)
    • Spectator Covers CB 10's Vote in Support of Morningside Avenue Road Diet
    • Dear Metropolitan Diary: Where Have All the Bike Couriers Gone? (NYT)
    • Cap'n Transit Has a Routing Idea for Staten Island North Shore Transit
    • Citi Bike's First "Fatality" Caused by Airborne Shark (Gothamist)

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