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8:57 AM EDT on November 2, 2017

    • People Are Dying Because City and State Won't Shield Car-Free Spaces (NYTNY Mag, AMNY, WNYC)
    • Malliotakis Endorses Enhanced Protection Measures; De Blasio Defers to NYPD (NYT, Politico)
    • Majority of Council Members Support Ydanis Bill to Require Bollards (Gothamist)
    • It's Not Immutable That "Anybody" Can "Get Behind the Wheel of Any Vehicle" (Post)
    • The Times Profiles Greenway Victims; More: Post 1, 2, 3; AMNY 1, 2
    • Because He Used a Motor Vehicle, Greenway Attacker Could Get the Death Penalty (NYT)
    • The City Limits Guide to the Mayoral Race and Transportation Issues
    • Queens Driver Mounts Sidewalk, Runs Over Teenager Who Threw Eggs at His Minivan (NewsPost)
    • NYPD Blames Victim After Motorist Severely Injures Senior in Westerleigh (Advance)
    • Man Kills Self, Injures Passenger When He Flips Car on Williamsburg Bridge (News)
    • What "the Victim's Injuries Were Not Life-Threatening" Looks Like (News)

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