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    • It Just Got Harder to Clean Up Albany (NYT 1, 2; News 1, 2)
    • SUV Driver Kills Man Crossing East Tremont Ave; NYPD: Crash Appears to Be "Accidental" (News)
    • Richard Rojas Pleads Not Guilty to Murder for Times Square Motor Rampage (NYT, News, Post)
    • MTA Tells Queens Pols CBTC on the 7 Line Still on Schedule to Go Live This Year (QChron)
    • Bay Ridge Council Candidate John Quaglione -- He'll Go to the Mat for Free Parking! (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Review of Penn Station Concourses Will Proceed Without Tom Prendergast (Politico)
    • What WNYC Learned From Week 1 of the Summer of Hell
    • The Data in This Bike-Lanes-Boost-Property-Values Story Is Very Thin (DNA)
    • Driver Crashes Into West Brighton Nail Salon, One Injured (Advance)
    • FXFOWLE and SSE's Vision for the Driverless Future Looks a Lot Like Streetopia (Crain's)

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