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    • NYPD Wants DA Vance to Bring Charges Against Truck Driver Who Killed Kelly Hurley (DNA)
    • Booker and Christie Team Up to Press Trump on Gateway (Politico)
    • Cuomo's New Chief of Staff Is Married to Uber Lobbyist (NYT); Got a Problem With That? (Politico)
    • Silverstein Exec Who Oversaw WTC Rebuild to Manage MTA Capital Projects (MTA)
    • Bus Turnaround Campaign Tracks How Crappy Service Is Where You Live (AMNY)
    • Signal Problems Shut the 7 Train for 45 Minutes During Wednesday Evening Rush (Post, AMNY)
    • On the Loose: Road-Raging Driver and Two Pals Who Beat a Cyclist and Broke His Jaw (DNA)
    • Motorist Injures Person Walking on Hylan Boulevard (Advance)
    • City Limits Speaks With Winners of the TransAlt/Gothamist 14th Street Competition
    • The Times Square Pedestrian Plaza Is Officially Complete (Gothamist)
    • James Oddo Says "Rogue" Bike-Share Operators Not Welcome in Staten Island (Advance)
    • Buildings Department Does Nothing as Developers Renege on Public Space Agreements (NYT, Post)

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