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8:48 AM EDT on July 3, 2017

    • State GOP Plans to Wield Subway Dysfunction as a Cudgel Against Cuomo in 2018 (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Cyclist in Bushwick; Witnesses Contradict NYPD Victim-Blaming (Gothamist, DNA)
    • Cabbie Kills 87-Year-Old Man at Cooper Square Sunday Night (NewsPost)
    • SUV Driver Rear-Ends Bus on 125th Street -- 12 Injured (Gothamist)
    • Driver Speeds Through Central Park, Crashes Into Tree and Dies (Post)
    • De Blasio: Without Speed Camera Expansion, "We Will Redouble Other Vision Zero Efforts" (DNA)
    • Cy Vance Will Stop Prosecuting Fare Evasion Arrests (NYT, AMNY)
    • Transit and Traffic Disasters Are Causing Frank Bruni to Lose His Faith in New York (NYT)
    • Lenore Skenazy: Most NYers Don't Own Cars, So Why Do Cars Get So Much Public Space? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Here's Where Bike-Share Stations Will Go in Crown Heights This Year (DNA)
    • Why Won't City Hall Come Clean About Whom It Bestows With Parking Placards? (Post)

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