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    • Livery Driver Kills 50-Year-Old Woman Crossing Street in Brownsville; No Charges (News)
    • Citi Bike Workers Become First U.S. Bike-Share Employees to Secure Contract (NYT, News, Gothamist)
    • Congratulations to Riders Alliance for Getting Andrew Cuomo to Ride the Subway (NY1, News)
    • Hit-and-Run Bronx Driver Who Killed 7-Year-Old Inside Restaurant Blames It On His Brakes (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Man Crossing Gerritsen Beach Street Gets Four-and-a-Half Years (News)
    • What's the Appeal of Ferries as Transit Option? "There's Just Something Sexy About [It]" (Observer)
    • Uber Launches $10 Summer Flat Fare for Ride-Pooling Service Below 96th Street (News)
    • NYCHA Has Removed Eight Miles of Unnecessary Shedding from Sidewalks (Gothamist)
    • Parks to Fill Potholes on Shore Road Promenade After Urging from Gentile, CB 10 (Bklyn Daily)
    • WSJ Looks at Efforts to Rehab "Stairwell Streets" of Upper Manhattan and the Bronx

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