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8:55 AM EDT on July 5, 2016

    • Chris Christie Sabotaged NJ Gas Tax Hike Negotiations (Politico)
    • Driver Runs Down and Kills Cyclist on Grand Street, Flees Scene (WPIX, News)
    • ...Cops Respond By Handing Out "Operation Safe Cycle" Flyers (Gothamist)
    • Road Raging Off-Duty Cop Shoots and Kills Man on Atlantic Ave (NYTNews, Post)
    • Select Bus Service Arrives for Passengers on the B46, Brooklyn's Busiest Bus (WSJ)
    • Christine Berthet: Port Authority Rushing Design of Next Midtown Bus Terminal (AMNY)
    • City Council Approves Project to Replace Flushing Parking Lot With Housing... and Parking (TL)
    • MTA Heads to Bushwick Thursday to Talk L and M Shutdowns (DNA)
    • Driver Plows Into Williamsbridge Home and Dies (Post); Motorcyclist Killed After Spinning Out (Post)
    • 50,000 Traffic Injuries and Nearly 500 Deaths Projected for Independence Day Weekend (MTR)

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