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    • Ahead of Tonight's TA Ride (DNA), Matthew von Ohlen Family Urges de Blasio to Fund Street Fixes (News)
    • Motorist Kills 63-Year-Old Man Walking in Harlem; NYPD, DNA Blame Victim
    • Borough Park Driver Hit Child Hard Enough to Shatter Bike Helmet; NYPD: "Accident" (Post, News)
    • Shocker: DOT Vision Zero Curriculum Prompts the Post to Blame Children for Traffic Crashes
    • Advocates, Lower East Siders Have Lobbied for Delancey Street Bikeway for Years (DNA, Gothamist)
    • DOT Calls for All-Door Boarding "Across the Bus System" (Crain's)
    • Chaos Ensues When Unhinged Off-Duty Cop Assaults Subway Conductor, Stalling J Trains (NYT, News)
    • You Can't Access the Internet From Sidewalk Wi-Fi Kiosks Anymore, Because Porn (NYT)
    • Cabs Were Harder to Come by During Eid al-Adha, and the Times Is On It
    • Obvious Solution to Citi Bikes Begriming Prospect Park Sculpture: Site Dock in Place of Parked Cars (NYT)
    • ... Because You Can't Appease Crazy (@psneighbors)

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