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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Cyclist Wayne White, 50, on North Conduit Avenue (News, WCBS)
    • Driver Critically Injures 5-Year-Old Boy in Bed-Stuy (NY1, WNBC) ; Post "Police Sources" Blame Child
    • BRT for NYC Coalition Forms to Hold de Blasio to Transit Promises (CapNY)
    • Senate Transportation Committee Moves on Bill to Include Bikes, Peds in Driver's Ed (MTR)
    • Crain's Says Tom Prendergast Has Had a Tough Year But Second Avenue Sagas Isn't So Sure
    • Scott Stringer's Solutions for Citi Bike's Financial Stability Don't Really Address the Problem (Crain's)
    • State, US DOT Refuse to Turn Over Tappan Zee Toll Proposals in Response to FOIL Request (LoHud)
    • Christie Used Port Authority to Overpay Bayonne for Land in Effort to Avoid State Bailout (NYT)
    • Bloomberg: Bike Shops Have Suffered Because of Citi Bike
    • Off-Duty NYPD Officer Arrested for DWI After Two-Car Crash in New Springville (Advance, AMNY)
    • Seven Injured, One Seriously, in Fort Greene Hit-and-Run (WNBC)

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