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8:53 AM EDT on April 13, 2017

    • Kelly Hurley, 31, Struck By Truck Driver on 1st Ave Last Week, Has Died From the Injuries (News, DNA)
    • Will Broadway in Midtown Go Car-Free More Than Six Hours a Year? (AMNY)
    • Starting in September, Boarding the Staten Island Ferry Won't Feel Like Such a Crush (DNA, Post)
    • NY Waterway Will Make Its Hoboken-Midtown Service Permanent (Post)
    • David Dinkins Keeps Skipping Out on His Deposition for Hitting a Delivery Cyclist and Fleeing (Post)
    • An MTA Bus Burst Into Flames By Grand Central This Morning (AMNY)
    • The Struggle to Get the 1st Precinct to Take Action Against Placard Abuse (Trib Citizen)
    • People Are Up in Arms Over DDC's Handling of the Pelham Parkway Reconstruction (BxTimes)
    • Di Napoli: Port Washington Line Gets Less Reliable When Mets Fans Head to Citi Field (News)
    • There's Already a Transit Fantasy Map for Rikers Island (News)

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