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8:56 AM EDT on October 12, 2017

    • Streets Are Designed for Death and Doctors Are Fixated on Helmets and Reflectors (WSJ)
    • The MTA MetroCard Machine Fiasco Keeps On Keeping On (Gothamist)
    • Mark Levine Continues Push for Transit Signal Priority in Crain's Op-Ed
    • NY1 Amplifies Petty Driver Gripes During Woodhaven Blvd SBS Construction
    • Steve Levin Wants to Expand Religious Exemptions From Parking Enforcement (KCP)
    • How Many More Will Be Maimed and Killed Before DOT Fixes Grand Street? (DNA)
    • Advance: "Car" Severs Senior's Finger; Garbage Hauler Injures Man, 24; No Charges (1, 2)
    • Attorney: Meek Mill Should Be Left Alone, Like Other Reckless NYC Motorists (News)
    • Douglas Durst Hints at Lawsuit to Foil de Blasio's Wimpy Green Buildings Initiative (Politico)
    • Subway Countdown Clocks: The Latest in Home Decor (Curbed)

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