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    • Mohamed Ali, 88, Dies of Injuries After Hit-and-Run Driver Knocks Him Off Bicycle (News, WNBC)
    • Prendergast: MTA Isn't Considering Fare Hikes to Pay for Capital Program (Advance) ...Yet
    • Daily News Scolds the MTA for Not Being a Profit-Generating Business
    • WCBS: Mayor, Council Reach Deal to Decriminalize Minor Offenses, Including Bicycling on Sidewalk
    • Jamaica Driver Plames Pothole, or Something, for Hitting Parked Cars and Pedestrian (Post 1, 2)
    • SI Driver Pleads Guilty to DUI, Vehicular Manslaughter in Death of James Benedict, 67 (Advance)
    • More Coverage of Manslaughter Charge for Bowery Hit-and-Run Driver (News, Post, DNA, Gothamist)
    • Port Authority Doesn't Have the Money for EWR AirTrain Replacement (Star-Ledger, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Greg Mocker Goes for a Ride on Select Bus Service (WPIX)
    • YIMBY Makes the Case for the Utica Avenue Subway Extension
    • Daily News Reports on Williamsburg Bridge Bike Crash

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