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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures 88-Year-Old Man Riding Bike in South Ozone Park (WNBC)
    • Queens CB Members Oppose Even the Smallest Effort to Reduce Parking Requirements (Forum, Q Chron)
    • Queens CB 5 Chair: Woodhaven SBS Street Safety Redesign Will Kill "1,000 Kids a Week" (Q Chron)
    • FiDi Parents Want Enforcement, Crossing Guard After Sidewalk Driver Injures Pedestrian (DNA)
    • DMV Delayed Hearing for Cooper Stock's Killer Even After Vance Declined to Press Charges (Post)
    • Advance Covers City Council's BRT Planning Bill; 2nd Ave Sagas Is Not Impressed
    • Suit From Limo Company Claims Uber's E-Hail System Encourages Distracted Driving (Post)
    • Business for Yellow Taxis Is Down, But Maybe Not as Much as You Might Think (Crain's)
    • Bronx, Uptown Electeds Call on MTA to Add Fordham Road Subway Line to Capital Plan (Scribd)
    • Here's What Happens When the Person You Ram With Your Car Is an Off-Duty Cop (Advance 1, 2)

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