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8:47 AM EST on March 8, 2017

    • New York City Motorists Killed 3 People Walking Yesterday (News)
    • Rep. Earl Blumenauer, RPA's Tom Wright Bullish on de Blasio Streetcar (NY1)
    • MTA Won't Say When It Will Restore Bus Stop Linking M86 to Second Ave. Line (DNA)
    • Parking Enforcement Is Down in Queens Neighborhoods and That's Good News, Says DNA
    • SI Driver Who Fatally Flung Man From Hood of Car Gets 1 to 3 Years (Advance)
    • Crain's Thinks NYC Should Leave Uber Alone
    • Curb Ramp Wanted to Improve Pedestrian Access to Fort Greene Park (Bklyn Paper)
    • Schumer Detects Pattern in Airplane Crashes, Calls on Feds to Investigate (News)
    • Paterson Mayor Indicted for Corruption (NYT)
    • Thanks Trump (Gothamist; NYT 1, 2, 3Politico)

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