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8:55 AM EDT on March 28, 2017

    • It's Budget Crunch Time in Albany -- How Will MTA Funding and Ride-Hailing Shake Out? (Politico)
    • Drunk Big Rig Driver Kills Motorist By GWB and Flees (DNA, Post)
    • SUV Driver Injures 37-Year-Old Woman on Upper East Side (DNA)
    • Mother of Skylar Perkins Raising Money for Funeral Expenses (Gothamist)
    • Jamaica Residents Frustrated By DOT's Lack of Action to Improve Streets and Transit (TL)
    • To Keep Drivers Out of the Jay Street Bike Lane, DOT Put Out Six Big Planters (Bklyn Paper)
    • Yikes -- This Is Where Simcha Felder Wants to Raise the Speed Limit? (Bklyner)
    • Finally, DDC Starts Work on North Flatbush Ave Pedestrian Triangles This Week (DNA)
    • Nassau Reaches Deal With Albany to Avert Worst-Case Cuts to Bus Service (Newsday - Paywall)
    • The Case for Driverless Cars (Post)

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