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8:55 AM EDT on March 27, 2017

    • City Report: Pedestrian Deaths More Prevalent on Streets in Low-Income NYC Neighborhoods (AMNY)
    • Was the Driver Who Killed Skylar Perkins Distracted By a Device? (Post)
    • NYPD Has Arrested a Man for the Hit-and-Run Killing of Giovanni Nin (Post)
    • GOP Mayoral Candidate Paul Massey Was Busted for Driving Drunk in 2010 (News)
    • Amtrak Derailment at Penn Station Threw Friday Commuter Rail Service Into Chaos (DNA 1, 2)
    • City Council Focusing on Citi Bike Expansion, Fair Fares This Week (AMNY)
    • Meanwhile, Vincent Gentile Mines Motorist Resentment (Bklyn Paper)
    • Queens Chronicle Roots for Trump to Deprive NYC of Funds for Woodhaven SBS
    • Gothamist: No, We Don't Need Pedestrian Signals Right at Eye Level
    • Abandon All Hope, Ye Who Click on This Brooklyn Paper Bike Lane Content

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