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    • NYT Editorial Board: Cuomo's Gateway Disavowal "Makes No Sense"
    • Helen Rosenthal CB Appointee Dan Zweig Preemptively Attacks Amsterdam Avenue Bike Lane (Post)
    • Daily News: Yellow Cab Rides Fell 10 Percent in First Six Months of 2015
    • Medallion Owners Say 2013 Court Ruling Should Prevent Uber From Using Electronic Hails (Crain's)
    • Gelinas: De Blasio Should Increase Subway Funding, Build Utica Avenue Line (Post)
    • The Times Apparently Thinks de Blasio Should Have Attended Queens Citi Bike Launch
    • Post Dings DOT for Pulaski Bridge Bike Lane Delays
    • Driver Goes Airborne on Taconic Parkway, Jumps Median, Kills 3 People (LoHud) NYT: "Accident"
    • RFK Bridge Tour Bus Crash Injures 12 (DNA); Staten Island Motorcycle Rider Kills Himself (Advance)
    • Don't Count on the "Accident" Card Unless You're Driving a Car (Post)

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