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8:59 AM EDT on May 22, 2015

    • Bath Beach SUV Driver Going in Reverse Kills Galina Shibayeva, 76 (News)
    • De Blasio Visits Staten Island to Promote Increase in Street Repaving Budget (DNA, WCBS)
    • ...And Gets an Earful From a Man Who Likes Speeding (NYTWSJ, News, Capital, Advance, AP)
    • WCBS Spends Time With NYPD to Learn About Laser Speed Enforcement
    • Second Avenue Subway Is More Than 80 Percent Complete; to Open December 2016 (WSJ, Post)
    • ATU's Larry Hanley Wants Improvements to Bus Design, Not Right of Way Charges (Post)
    • Driver Injures Man in Woodhaven, Likely Suffering Broken Leg; No Charges (Forum)
    • Vacca Backs DOT Road Diet Proposal for East Tremont Ave Opposed By Merchants Group (TL)
    • City Regulator Wants to Know How Much Private Trash Haulers Drive Around NYC (Capital)
    • New Pedestrian Bridge to Connect Van Cortlandt Park Over Major Deegan Expressway (Bx Times)
    • De Blasio Hates the Cross Bronx Expressway, Loves Driving Down Tenth Avenue (Observer, News)

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