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8:42 AM EDT on June 16, 2016

    • Inspector Stephen D’Ulisse Is NYPD’s New Highway Patrol CO (DNANews)
    • Still a Lot of Unanswered Questions About de Blasio's Ferries (NYT, 2AS)
    • Slate: Cuomo's LaGuardia Train "One of the Worst Transit Ideas in America"
    • AMNY Talked With Local Restaurant and Shop Employees About the 14th Street "PeopleWay"
    • DNA Story on DOT's South Bronx Protected Bike Lane Plan Is Mostly About Parking
    • Driver Critically Injures Person Walking at Broadway and W. 61st Street (DNA)
    • Motorists Strike and Kill Man on Whitestone Expressway; One Flees Scene (News)
    • The Taxi and Limousine Commission Is Now Tracking Uber Crashes (News)
    • There's No Telling Who a TLC-Licensed Driver Might Be Working For (Post)
    • DNA Presents the Port Authority's GWB Bus Terminal Mess, in Timeline Form
    • Ideas for Handling Canarsie Tube Traffic Enter Professor Frink Territory (DNA)
    • People You Share the Streets With (Post, Post)

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