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8:50 AM EDT on June 30, 2015

    • Halfway Through 2015, Pedestrian Deaths in NYC Haven't Declined Much (WNYC)
    • Say It's an "Accident" and NYPD Will Let You Get Away With Killing Someone With Your Car (News, Post)
    • NYC's Transit System Isn't Keeping Up With Its Population Growth (News)
    • Uber Deploys Its Pressure Tactics Against City Hall (Crain's, Post)
    • De Blasio Taps Maria Torres-Springer, Former Aide to Seth Pinsky, to Run NYC EDC (NYT, Crain's)
    • NJ Transit Riders Will Absorb Another Round of Fare Hikes + Service Cuts on Christie's Watch (MTR)
    • Reactivated South Brooklyn Marine Terminal Promises to Cut Truck Traffic (CapNY)
    • DNAinfo Names the Officers Living the Dream of Issuing Bike Tickets By the Hundreds
    • More Coverage of Central Park Car-Free Expansion From Gothamist and WNYC
    • 13 Metro-North Train Crew Members Indicted for Cheating on Job Exams (NYT, News)
    • Sharrows on a Few Blocks of Fulton Street Are Too Much for Brooklyn CB 3 (DNA)

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