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8:57 AM EDT on April 18, 2016

    • Parks Department Truck Driver Kills Skateboarder Near Forest Park (NewsPost)
    • Accounts of Clinton Hill Cyclist Fatality Remain Inconsistent (NewsBklyn Paper)
    • Tractor-Trailer Driver Critically Injures Man in Maspeth (Post)
    • MTA Won't Close Canarsie Tube for Repairs Until 2019 (NY1)
    • 72nd Street Station Construction May Hold Up Opening of 2nd Ave Subway (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Shelly Silver and Judy Rapfogel Still Drive Cars With Government Parking Placards (Post)
    • C&S Spoke to People on the Street About the BQX Streetcar
    • Chris Christie in No Hurry to Fix NJ Transit's Budget Mess (WNYC, MTR)
    • Thousands of Words in the Times on the Impeding Closure of a Soho Gas Station
    • How Not to Coordinate a Multi-City Bike-Share System (Jersey Journal)

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