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    • 9 Months After Jack Koval Was Struck and Killed, NYPD Admits Driver Was Off-Duty Cop (Gothamist)
    • Man Who Drove Drunk and Killed MTA Bus Driver Sentenced to Up to 25 Years in Prison (NYTAP)
    • Bike Snob Eviscerates Last Night's Zombie Bikelash Segment on CBS2
    • The Franklin Avenue Subway Station Is Literally Crumbling (Gothamist)
    • Medallion Owners Sue City for Allowing Ride-Hailing Apps to Compete (News)
    • Here's Amtrak's Track Repair/Closure Schedule at Penn Station This Summer (NYT, AMNY)
    • More Coverage of City Council's Hit-and-Run Bills (Post, News, AMNY)
    • TransAlt's Paul White and Brooklyn CB2 District Manager Rob Perris Talk Traffic Safety With Bklyn Paper
    • Bodega Owners Tell Vice Their Fears About Going 15 Months Without L Train Foot Traffic
    • Get Ready for More Scaffolding Sheds Squeezing Sidewalks (Crain's)

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