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8:55 AM EDT on April 14, 2017

    • Daily News: Better Use of de Blasio's Ferry Subsidies Would Be Discount MetroCards for Low-Income New Yorkers
    • Turning Commuter Van Driver Strikes and Kills Khavir Ahmed, 84, in Jamaica (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Inflicts Head Trauma on Cyclist in Bay Ridge (News)
    • DOT Makes No Promises for Deadly 43rd Ave, Will "Study" Safety Improvements (DNANews)
    • NYPD Has Filed No Charges Against the Truck Driver Who Killed Cyclist Kelly Hurley (Voice)
    • Passenger Killed in One-Car Crash on Bronx River Parkway (Post, News)
    • DDC Breaks Ground on Permanent Corona Plaza Construction. Will They Get It Done on Time? (TL)
    • New School Near Wide, Dangerous Streets in Southeast Queens Gets Battalion of 5 Crossing Guards (QChron)
    • More Coverage of the Bike-Share Outreach Success in Bed-Stuy (Bklyn Paper)
    • NY Waterway Launching Service Between St. George and Midtown (Advance)
    • Jersey City Mayor @StevenFulop: "We Need a Larger Plan Where Cars Aren't Dominating Streets"

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