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8:55 AM EST on November 7, 2017

    • It's Election Day and Polls Are Open Until 9 p.m. (Politico)
    • Justin Davidson on de Blasio's Mediocre Streets and Transit Record (NY Mag)
    • Private Carting Driver Kills Man in Bronx; NYPD Says Victim Tried to Jump on the Truck (News)
    • 19-Year-Old Driver Crashes Car on Richmond Ave, Killing Himself and 17-Year-Old Passenger (News)
    • NYPD Detective Expected to Survive Getting Struck By Driver on Richmond Ave; No Charges (Advance)
    • Jury Acquits Cop Who Shot and Killed Delrawn Small in July 2016 Road Rage Incident (NYTPost)
    • District 40 Challenger Brian Cunningham Tells Debate Crowd He Supports Congestion Pricing (CL)
    • While de Blasio Cracks Down on E-Bikes, European Cities Embrace Them (CityLab)
    • The New City Island Bridge -- With More Space for Walking and Biking -- Is Open (BxTimes)
    • Doing Everything We Can to Prevent Vehicular Attacks Will Also Prevent Routine Reckless Driving (Velojoy)

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