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8:51 AM EDT on June 27, 2016

    • Turning SUV Driver Kills Gerald Walpin, 84, Crossing East 79th Street (GothamistAP)
    • 14 People Injured When MTA Bus Driver Goes Thru Green, Hits Fire Engine With Sirens On (PostNews)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Strikes Livery Cab in East NY, Injuring 2 Kids and Their Grandparents (News)
    • Motorists Coopting Protected Bike Lanes -- It's a Problem (Gothamist, CBS2)
    • The Assembly Failed to Pass a Transparency Bill Disclosing State DOT's Project List (MTR)
    • 20 Pedestrian Wayfinding Maps Coming to Downtown Jamaica (DNA)
    • If You Get the Plate of the Hit-and-Run Driver Who Injured You, NYPD Might Still Do Nothing (Post)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Sergeant Drove Drunk Into a Pole and Onto a Staten Island Yard (News)
    • More Drunk Driving News From the Weekend (NewsPost)
    • NY Water Taxi Founder Perplexed By City Hall's Ferry Rollout (Crain's)
    • Ride in Peace, Bill Cunningham (NYT)

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