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8:59 AM EDT on July 1, 2015

    • De Blasio Mad as Hell With Cuomo and He's Not Gonna Take It Anymore (NY1, NYT)
    • Uber Cap: More Coverage of Hearing (Capital) and Uber's Protest Outside (NYTPost, News, Observer)
    • Post and AMNY Not Impressed by de Blasio's Planned Cap on Uber and Other For-Hire Cars
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Drank Before Killing Betty Jean DiBiaso Turns Himself In (WNBC)
    • This Week's Village Voice Cover Stories Look at the MTA's Woes (1, 2, 3)
    • Canarsie Car Owners Cannot Deal With New Bike Path in Their Neighborhood (News 12)
    • Man Repeatedly Punches Financial District Traffic Agent After Getting Parking Ticket (DNA)
    • There's No Proof Crossing Guards Make Streets Safer, But They Do Put Themselves at Risk (Crain's)
    • Condos to Replace Shuttered East Village Gas Station on 2nd Avenue (Bowery Boogie)
    • Get Ready for More NYPD Vehicles Parked on the Brooklyn Bridge Path (News, Post)
    • Meet the Mets, by Bike: Team Advertises on Citi Bike for First-Pitch Sweepstakes (News)

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