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8:59 AM EDT on May 5, 2016

    • Driver Kills Senior Richard Headley in Midtown; No Summonses, No Charges (Gothamist)
    • Partially-Shut Canarsie Tunnel Would Carry One-Fifth the Riders and Take 3 Years to Fix (NYT, Politico)
    • City & State Finds a Lot of Holes in Cuomo's Big Ticket Transportation Plans
    • Assembly Member Robert Rodriguez Makes the Case for Toll Reform to Post Readers
    • 500 Homes to Replace Public Housing Parking Lots in Brooklyn and the Bronx (NYT)
    • Council Members Took Direction From Uber to Drum Up Opposition to Proposed Regulations (Politico)
    • Eric Adams: NYPD Must Stop Practice of Reflexively Blaming Crash Victims (Bklyn Paper)
    • NYPD, News: Brooklyn Pedestrian Critically Injured by Drunk Driver "May Have Been Jaywalking"
    • More Details on the Crash That Killed Heather Lough From the News and Gothamist
    • Yet Another NYPD-Involved Crash the Public Will Never Hear Anything Else About (News)
    • Police Look for Brooklyn Cyclist Who Attacked Motorist, Possibly After Collision (DNANews, Post)
    • Nicole Gelinas: JSK Annoyed a Few People and Saved a Lot of Lives (City Journal 1, 2)

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