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    • NYPD Says Man Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver in the Bronx Was "Lying in the Street" (Post)
    • Motorist Tries to Run You Over in a Protected Bike Lane? Don't Bother Telling NYPD (Gothamist)
    • Tri-State Analyzes Where Transit Ridership Is Growing in the Region, and Where It Isn't (MTR)
    • City Council Wavers on Bills to Hold NYPD Accountable for Excessive Use of Force (Gothamist, Post)
    • Bratton: BLM Has No Business Protesting in the Street; De Blasio: Let's Hire More Cops (AMNY)
    • TLC to Require Driver Sensitivity Training, But There's Still No NYC Road Test (AMNY)
    • Driver Who Hit Cop Gets Community Service (Post); Motorists Collide, Flip Outside Preschool (Advance)
    • DOT Looking at Greenway Conflicts Where Driver Killed Cyclist Olga Evgleska Cook in June (Trib)
    • Will the NYT's Expanded Transportation Beat Include Traffic Violence? (@emmagf)
    • Uptowners Slam Inclusionary Housing Project, Which Includes Parking Garage (Politico, DNA)
    • Newark Wants the Port Authority to Clean Up Truck Pollution, Pay Its Rent (Voice)

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