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8:43 AM EST on November 6, 2017

    • State and City Need to Fix Clumsy Greenway Barriers Pronto (AMNYNews, WNYC)
    • Pick-Up Truck Driver Kills Margherita Palumbo, 68, on Jewett Avenue; No Charges (News)
    • Van Driver Fractures Skull of NYPD Detective Crossing Richmond Avenue; No Charges (News, Post)
    • Brooklyn DA Charges Man With Murder for Driving Drunk and Killing Passenger (TL)
    • Bike Lanes Were a Hot Topic at de Blasio's Queens Village Town Hall (QNS)
    • Here's Why Numbered Subway Lines Slowed Down on Friday at 10 a.m. (News)
    • Uber Trips Rising Fast in Eastern Queens (TL)
    • Carpool App Via Crowdsources Where It Should Expand Service in NYC (NYT)
    • Westchester Opens Final Segment of 37-Mile Greenway Connecting Bronx to Putnam (Journal News)
    • NYC Cyclists Won't Be Deterred By a Maniac With a Rental Truck (Time, TBD)

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