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    • Metro-North Train Strikes Car on Tracks in Valhalla, Killing Driver and 6 on Train (NYT, WCBS)
    • 36-Year-Old Man Killed in Ridgewood by Two Drivers; Only One Stayed on Scene (News)
    • De Blasio Sets Off Ferry Mania (DNA, NYTPost) But Transit Advocates Unconvinced (Capital)
    • NYPD Says It's Not Folding Staten Island Collision Investigation Squad Into Bklyn Unit (Advance)
    • At Least 18 Suffer Minor Injuries After School Bus, MTA Bus Crash in New Brighton (Advance)
    • Council Member Ruben Wills Indicted on Five Counts of Filing False Documents (Capital)
    • Steve Cuozzo Not Impressed by MTA's $1.4 Billion Fulton Center (Post)
    • CB 10 Wants Rumble Strips Brought Back to Shore Road Drive in Bay Ridge (Bklyn Paper)
    • Assembly Member Simotas and Queens CB 1 Push DOT to Install Safety Fix for GCP Ramp (TL)
    • Citi Bike Has Shoveled Out 75 Percent of Its Stations (WCBS)
    • Unshoveled Sidewalks Make Walking Dangerous for New Yorkers (WPIX)

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