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8:59 AM EST on January 20, 2016

    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Cyclist Can Reng Ma in Sheepshead Bay (AMNYWNBCNewsPost)
    • More Coverage of de Blasio's Vision Zero Presser (PoliticoWNYCAdvanceGothamist; DNA 12)
    • Daily News "Celebrates" Lives Saved by Taking Another Swipe at the Right of Way Law
    • Where Is Cuomo's Penn Station RFP? (Politico)
    • World's Priciest Train Station to Open in March, Says Port Authority (Gothamist)
    • De Blasio's Horse Carriage Misadventure Rages On (NYT; Politico 1, 2, 3DNA; Gothamist; News)
    • Welcome to Midtown Manhattan, Where People Who Aren't in Cars Are an Afterthought (HuffPo)
    • DOT: No Plans to Eliminate Left Turn From Manhattan Bridge Onto Neighborhood Street (DNA)
    • Witness Says Motorcyclist Who Killed Thomas McAnulty Tried to Leave the Scene (Gothamist)
    • Nassau: Drunk Driver Charged With Homicide After Second Driver Killed Cop Who Stopped Him (Post)
    • NJ Transit Is Falling Apart and NJ Governor Chris Christie Could Not Care Less (Bloomberg)

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