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9:00 AM EDT on July 2, 2015

    • Turning Driver "Loses Control" and Seriously Injures Two in East NY; "No Criminality" (WCBS)
    • Two Killed, Four Injured in Two-Car Crash Outside Middle School in Bayside (News, WABC)
    • Queens BP, Council Members Use Budget to Fund Bus Countdown Clocks (News, Gothamist, TL)
    • Judge Dismisses Case Against DMV for Extra Fines, Points for Bicycle Tickets (Gothamist)
    • East Side Pols Fear Delays Mean 2nd Ave Subway Won't Open As Promised by End of 2016 (News)
    • Slate Joins Uber In Its Skepticism of City's Case for Cap on New FHV Licenses
    • Behavior Like This Is What It Takes for TLC to Revoke a Hack License (News)
    • NYPD Officer Arrested for Third Time in Eight Months After Crashing Motorcycle (Post)
    • East Harlem Residents Turn Out for Citi Bike Station Planning Workshop (DNA)
    • More Coverage of Town Hall on 111th Street Safety Plan from Times Ledger
    • Trottenberg, Reynoso, NYPD Talk Transportation at Myrtle Ave BID Meeting (Times Newsweekly)
    • Witold Rybczynski Sets the New York Times Straight About Cars in Central Park (NYT)

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