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    • Officer Who Killed Ryo Oyamada Says Cruiser Didn't Have Emergency Lights Running (DNA)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Daniel Cabrera, 38, Crossing Street in Marble Hill (News, WCBS, WNBC)
    • Police Seek Driver Who Seriously Injured Pedestrian, 63, in Richmond Hill Hit-and-Run (WNBC, WPIX)
    • Bronx DA Retrieves Black Box Showing Killer Driver Reached 107 MPH Before Crash (News)
    • Citi Bike Workers Call for Higher Wages in First TWU Union Contract (News, Post, Capital, Gothamist)
    • MTA Board Members Spar Over Right of Way Law, de Blasio Stands Firm (News)
    • Bergen Beach Seniors Want Barnes Dance Restored to Coney Island Avenue (Bklyn Daily)
    • As Uber Grows, Taxi Trips Drop -- And the MTA Is Missing Out on Revenue, Too (News 1, 2)
    • Is Your Subway More Crowded? You're Not Alone (Post)
    • Ferries, Ferries Everywhere (Post, TL)
    • The Citi Bike App Is Much More Accurate Than It Used to Be (bikeshareNYC)
    • Crime May Be Down, But Bike Theft Persists in New York (News)

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