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8:58 AM EST on November 6, 2015

    • Truck Driver Runs Over and Kills Floria Burton in the Bronx; NYPD Blames Victim (News, Post)
    • Private Bus Driver Kills Woman in Flushing, Leaves Scene (WPIX, Post, DNA)
    • Brooklyn SUV Driver Killed 72-Year-Old Mitchel Darroux on Sunday; No Charges Filed (News)
    • Chronicle Has the Lowdown on Major MTA Capital Projects Planned for Queens
    • "Drivers Deserve Their Fair Share": Road Lobby Stokes Resentment Over Transit Investment (Politico)
    • MTA Will Split M5 Route in Two Because of Manhattan Gridlock (News)
    • With Passageway in the Pipeline, Eric Adams Wants Free Transfers Between L and 3 Trains (News)
    • Cuomo Assigns State Troopers to NYC for "Commercial Vehicle Enforcement," or Whatever (DNA)
    • Truck Driver Narrowly Avoids Hitting Pedestrian in Flatbush Avenue Crash (Bklyn Paper)
    • DHS Driver Bullies Pedestrian Before Vision Zero Event, Is Busted by Paul White (Gothamist)
    • Documenting Dangerous Driving? You'll Never Run Out of Material (WNYC)

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