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    • Driver Kills 80-Year-Old Woman Crossing Astoria Blvd in East Elmhurst; No Charges (DNA)
    • MTA Bus Driver Strikes 12-Year-Old Boy Crossing Amsterdam and 165th (DNA, WNBC)
    • DMV: No Consequences for NYPD Officer Who Killed Ryo Oyamada in "Unavoidable" Crash (Gothamist)
    • Driver Who Critically Injured Woman in Bath Beach Charged Under Right of Way Law (News)
    • New Yorkers, Especially Low-Income Workers, Have Longest Commutes in the Nation (AP, Crain'sNews)
    • Weisbrod: Affordable Housing Requires Transit Fixes, Regional Solutions (Capital, Post, AYR)
    • Video: Increase in UWS Pedestrian Deaths Has Residents on Edge (NY City News Service)
    • Curbside Parklet to Replace Two Parking Spots Next to Essex Street Market (Bowery Boogie)
    • Pothole-Filling Season is Underway, But DOT Falling Behind on Road Repairs (DNA, News)
    • There Are Now More Uber Cars on NYC Streets Than Yellow Taxis (Post)
    • Map: Illegal Curb Cut Complaints Most Common in Southern Brooklyn, Central Queens (DNA)

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