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    • Drunk Off-Duty Cop Drives Onto Williamsburg Sidewalk, Killing One, Injuring 3 (News, PostNYT, DNA)
    • Suspected Drunk Driver Kills 17-Year-Old Cyclist in Gerritsen Beach (News)
    • Speeding BMW Driver Kills Woman in South Ozone Park, Critically Injures Her 9-Year-Old Daughter (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Delivery Worker in Crown Heights (Gothamist)
    • Report: MTA Pension Costs Higher Than Peer Agencies' in London and Paris (WSJ)
    • De Blasio Hires Toronto Streetcar Expert to Build Trust in BQX Project (NYMag)
    • TransitCenter's Steven Higashide Tells NY1 What Riders Want
    • Keith Wright and Inez Dickens Plan to Swap Seats (Post)
    • LIRR Work Car Derails in Queens, Disrupting Today's Commute (PostAMNYNY1)
    • City Won't Say What's Delaying Construction of Ramp for 81st Street Pedestrian Bridge (DNA)
    • Driver Who Killed Roxina Clayton While Chased By Police Killed Someone the Same Way in 1989 (TL)

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