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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Sergio Gutierrez, 45, in Wakefield, Remains at Large (NY1)
    • Citi Bike May Soon Come to the Bronx and Staten Island (DNA, NewsPost)
    • Daily News Calls on Cuomo to Back Toll Reform to Fund Transit
    • No Answers on Deteriorating Subway Service; De Blasio Chimes In (PoliticoAMNY, NewsNYT)
    • More Coverage of Yesterday's Fair Fares Rally: GothamistVoice, News
    • Queens Boulevard Vision Zero Improvements Are Saving Lives (NY1)
    • Trottenberg Downplays Expectations for City's Congestion Plan (AMNY)
    • Leave It to the Brooklyn Paper to Sensationalize One of NYC's Most Important Street Safety Projects
    • Bay Ridge Council Candidate Takes On "Excessive Ticketing" for Blocking Bike Lanes (Eagle)
    • Jumaane Williams Threw a Twitter Tantrum Over "Arbitrary" 25 MPH Speed Limit (1, 2)
    • NYPD Officer Backs Into Pedestrian in Bed-Stuy; Victim Hospitalized (News)
    • When DOT Stripes Crosswalks Around Illegally Parked Cars, Drivers Are the Victims (Bklyn Paper)

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