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8:43 AM EDT on March 30, 2017

    • SUV Yellow Cab Driver Kills 87-Year-Old Man on Lower East Side (Post)
    • De Blasio on 111th Street: “This Plan Is Ready to Move, So We're Going to Move It" (DNA)
    • NYT to Cuomo: Sheridan Expressway Replacement Must Be a Livable Street
    • Albany Lawmakers Are Hot to Pass an Uber Bill (Politico)
    • Rockaway Ferry Service to Begin in June, Start Dates for Other Routes TBD (AMNY)
    • NYC Taxpayers Spend Hundreds of Millions to Maintain Bridges Drivers Use for Free (DNA)
    • TransAlt and Gothamist Announce Winner of 14th Street Design Contest (AMNY)
    • Chair of CB 9 Committee That Muffed Vote: There Will Be "No Bike Lane" on Franklin Ave. (DNA)
    • Driver Distraction and Failure to Yield Are Leading Causes of Crashes in Staten Island (Advance)
    • Drunk Internal Affairs Officer Crashes NYPD Vehicle in Queens (News)
    • Motorists, Civilian and Police, Are Determined to Park Illegally on Jay Street (Bklyn Paper)

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