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8:49 AM EDT on April 19, 2017

    • Reynoso to NYPD: Demonizing Delivery Workers Isn't Making Streets Safer (News)
    • Transit Advocates Not Impressed by Cuomo's Wi-Fi Buses (AMNY)
    • Chris Christie Counting on NJ Transit Users to Forget Years of Willful Neglect (MTR)
    • Parks Department Considers Decriminalizing Bike Riding (AMNY)
    • SUV Driver Who Hospitalized Third Ave. Pedestrian: "I Didn't See Her ... She Was So Small" (DNA)
    • DOT Debuts Pedestrian Improvements on Astoria Boulevard Segment (NY1)
    • CB 7 Wants DOT to Prioritize Walking at West End Avenue and 96th Street (Rag)
    • After Refunding Tickets (Post), de Blasio Should Restore Ban on Blocking Curb Ramps
    • LI Drunk Driver Who Killed Dad and 2 Little Kids Gets 12 to 36 Years in Prison (News 12)
    • Feds Will Fund Holland Tunnel Sandy Repairs (AMNY)
    • Here's an Electric Cargo Bike That Could Help Get Trucks Off NYC Streets (Observer)

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