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8:47 AM EDT on August 30, 2016

    • FDNY Ambulance Driver Strikes and Kills Gen Zhan, 81, in East Village Crosswalk (DNAPost)
    • Parade Organizers Claim No Knowledge of Eastern Parkway Ped Island Removal (Gothamist)
    • Brooklyn Paper Says de Blasio's Waste Hauling Reforms Are an Invitation to Organized Crime
    • Daily News Thinks Cuomo's Q70 "LaGuardia Link" Should Be Free
    • Today in Terrible Ideas: Subsidizing Uber SUV Rides in New York City (Post)
    • Citi Bike Starts Valet Service at West and Chambers Street Station (News)
    • Cops Shamed Into Arresting Black Car Driver for Assault of Cyclist in Williamsburg (Gothamist)
    • Five Thirty Eight Tries to Nail Down Just How Much New Yorkers Value Transit Access
    • The Times Examines the Race to Succeed Shelly Silver
    • Groups of Young People on Bikes Are Freaking Out Staten Island Motorists (Advance)
    • U.S. DOT Out of Ideas on How to Prevent Traffic Deaths, Asks for Help (NPR)

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