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8:58 AM EDT on June 29, 2015

    • Get Ready for Permanent Car-Free Zones in Central Park Above 72nd Street, Starting Today (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Betty Jean DiBiasio, 21, in Astoria Early Saturday A.M. (Post)
    • Speeding Driver Causes 4-Car Collision in Marble Hill and Dies (PostNews)
    • Driver Speeding and Running Reds Crashes Into Second Car, Killing Her Passenger (News)
    • Steve Levin in Uber's Cross-hairs for Backing a Slowdown in Black Car Licenses (Bklyn Paper)
    • How Will Residents of 5,500-Unit Greenpoint Landing Get Around? (Gothamist)
    • In a First, Cops Ticket Cabbies Who Double-Parked While Praying (Post)
    • Apparently, There's "No Room" on Staten Island for More Bus Lanes (Advance)
    • Market Rate for Parking in DUMBO: $350-$450/Month; On-Street Rate: $0 (DNA)
    • Komanoff: The Pope Didn't Come Out Against Carbon Taxes -- Far From It (NYT)

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