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8:54 AM EDT on June 29, 2017

    • Truck Driver Kills Teenage Cyclist in Hell's Kitchen; NYPD Blames Victim (AMNY, News, DNA)
    • Politico: State Lawmakers Prioritize TZB Over MTA; No Speed Cams Yet (@carolinesampo)
    • MTA Suspends Track Workers for Derailment -- What Now? (NYT, NewsAMNY)
    • De Blasio Holds Fire (NewsNY1); Straphangers Rally at Cuomo's Office (AMNY)
    • Cuomo's MTA Is Literally Putting Lives at Risk (WNYC); Stories From Crashed A: NYT 1, 2
    • Too Bad Richard Brodsky Wasn't Interested in Funding Transit When He Was in Albany (News)
    • GOP Mayoral Candidate Will Be Safe Streets Skeptic Nicole Malliotakis (@CrainsNewYork, NYT, GG)
    • Placard Reformer de Blasio Won't Disclose the Names of the Chosen Ones (Post)
    • After Blaming Victim, NYPD Arrests Driver Who Killed Kelly Hurley (Voice, DNA)
    • Motorists Hit Children in Bed-Stuy and Williamsburg (DNANews)
    • Motorcyclist Dies in Williamsburg Bridge Crash (NewsAMNY)
    • Will the Yankees Ever Replace All the Bronx Parkland Seized for Stadium? (NYT)

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