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8:53 AM EDT on October 18, 2016

    • NYPD Still Fails to Apprehend Most Hit-and-Run Killers (News)
    • Slow Pace of Street Redesigns on Staten Island Isn't Making a Dent in Traffic Deaths (Advance)
    • Six of the 10 Deadliest Staten Island Intersections Are on Hylan Boulevard (Advance)
    • Ken Thompson Deputy Eric Gonzalez Will Serve Remainder of Term as Brooklyn DA (Bklyn Paper)
    • Danny Lin Gets Up to 5 Years for Driving 55 on the Bowery and Killing Robert Perry (News)
    • Unlicensed, Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Guler Uger-Yaacobi Sentenced to 1-3 Years (Post)
    • 1 Vanderbilt Subway Platform Upgrades Will Enable Up to 6,000 More Boardings Per Hour at GCT (AMNY)
    • Where Should NYC's New Food Carts Go? (Post)
    • A Look at Staten Island's Toxic Car Culture (Advance)
    • The South Street Bike Path Got Spruced Up With Some Color Under the FDR (AMNY)
    • Who Needs Functional Streets When You've Got a Chopper (Post)

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