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    • Alberta Bagu, 46, Killed by Hit-and-Run Private Trash Hauler in Bushwick (Post, WCBSWABC, WNBC)
    • Turning Tour Bus Driver Seriously Injures Greenwich Village Pedestrian (DNA, Post, WCBS, News, PIX)
    • TWU Tries to Distract Daily News Readers From Its Battle Against Victims of Traffic Violence
    • MTA Report Obtained by Post Blames Broken Street Lamp, Not Bus Driver, for Killing Man in South Bronx
    • 90-Year-Old Driver Smashes Into Store at Bay Terrace Shopping Center; Minor Injuries (News, Post)
    • Lining Up Against the Uber Cap: Daily News, Black Biz Leader Ron Busby (News), Steve Cuozzo (Post)
    • Levine and Espaillat Urge Implementation of West Harlem Bus Lanes ASAP (News)
    • Brad Lander Wants Google Maps to Reduce the Number of Left Turns It Gives in Directions (WNYC)
    • NYPD Begins Crackdown on E-Bikes (News via WPIX)
    • Court Case Alleges NYPD Destroying Evidence of Quota System for Summonses (News)
    • Bike-Obsessed UWS Officer Is the Post's Favorite Cop, But DNA Readers Are Split

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