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8:58 AM EDT on September 12, 2017

    • It's Primary Day -- Read Up and Vote (Gothamist, Politico, VoiceGotham Gazette)
    • Reality Overtakes Cuomo's Carefully Constructed Image as a Builder (Politico)
    • DOT Let Car Traffic Back in Prospect Park Even Though No One Asked for It (Patch, AMNY, BK Paper)
    • Turning Truck Driver Runs Over Woman on Citi Bike on 30th Street and 7th Ave (DNA)
    • Q31 Bus Driver Critically Injures Delivery Worker on Scooter Outside Citi Field (NewsPost)
    • Cabbie Runs Red in Midtown, Smashing Eight Cars and Injuring Six People (News)
    • Road Raging Livery Driver Assaults Furniture Delivery Man With a Bat (News)
    • Neighbors Painted Mental Speedbumps in This Park Slope Crosswalk (Gothamist)
    • Ydanis Weighing Legislation to Protect Large Bike Rides (Post)
    • The City Made the TA Century Tough on People Who Rode All 100 Miles (Bklyner)

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