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8:55 AM EDT on July 17, 2014

    • Michael Ameri Moving From 78th Precinct to Head NYPD Highway Patrol, Including CIS (News)
    • 89-Year-Old Man Struck by Driver in Midwood on Monday Dies From Injuries (JP Updates)
    • Donohue: With Strike Looming, MTA, LIRR Union "Very Close" to Reaching Agreement (News)
    • Tourists Injured by Hell's Kitchen Bus Driver Say They Had the Right of Way (News)
    • Staten Island Traffic Crackdown Results In Two Arrests of Unlicensed Drivers (Advance)
    • City Wants to Sell Parking Lot Near Flushing LIRR for $1 to Affordable Housing Developer (Crain's)
    • REBNY Gung-Ho About 7 Train to Secaucus; MTA Still Not Interested (CapNY)
    • Stolen Citi Bikes Often End Up in the Bronx or Brooklyn, the Post Finds
    • Citi Bike's App "Consistently Underreported" Bikes at Each Station (Bedford and Bowery)
    • Phil Goldfeder, Donovan Richards Score Traffic Lights in Far Rockaway From DOT (Forum)
    • Illegally Taking Up Parking Spaces for Yourself? The City Ought to Crack Down on That (NY1)

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