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    • Special Election to Replace Silver, Skelos, and Two Others Set for April 19 (NYT)
    • Drunk Driver Kills Man in Washington Heights (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Severely Injures Woman in Williamsburg (Gothamist, Post)
    • Taxi Driver Critically Injures 25-Year-Old Man in Chelsea (News)
    • A Look at the Highly Punitive, High-Stakes, Low-Compensation Life of Delivery Cyclists (WNYC)
    • With Uber Fare Cut, Surge Prices May Be Cheaper But More Frequent (Post)
    • Taxi Workers Call for a Floor on For-Hire Fares (Politico)
    • TWU Steps in to Help Pedicabbies Fight City Hall (Post)
    • What Bratton's Response to Subway Crime Says About How He Relates to Transit (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Gas Prices Plunge Below the $2/Gallon Mark at Some NYC Stations (Advance)

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