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8:54 AM EDT on September 6, 2017

    • Time for de Blasio to Make Fifth Avenue a Free Assembly Zone (Gothamist, AMNY, VoiceNews, Post)
    • Crain's Columnist Greg David Has Advice for Toll Reform Advocates
    • The Daily News Snuck a Peek at an Open-Gangway Subway Car Prototype
    • Motorists Store Cars on NYC Streets for Free, But Citi Bike Has to Pay (Post)
    • De Blasio Wants Housing on Site Pledged for Park Land in Yankee Stadium Deal (Voice)
    • Drunk Driver Hits Six People on Bushwick Sidewalk, Is Charged With Assault (DNAWABC)
    • Unlicensed Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Woman Walking Dog in Washington Heights (News)
    • Staten Island Motorist Breaks Leg of 12-Year-Old Riding Bike, Drives Away (DNA)
    • Car Thief Strikes and Injures Action Carting Worker on Lower East Side (DNA)
    • Brown Bike Girl: Next Week's Primaries "Carry a Lot of Weight" for Cyclists of Color

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