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    • Truck Driver Kills Delivery Cyclist in Maspeth and Gets a Preemptive Defense From NYPD (News)
    • Man Struck By NYPD SUV Driver Sues City for Lying in Police Report (News)
    • Senate Dems Urge Cuomo to Enact "Fair and Sustainable" Revenue Source for MTA (News)
    • Sorry, Gateway -- Trump Admin Making Up Rules for Federal Transit Funding on the Fly (Crain's)
    • De Blasio Kills Bill to Expand Street Vendor Permits (Crain's, Post, News)
    • MTA Adds Newer, Longer Subway Cars to the C Train (Post, AMNY)
    • Carol Kellerman: We Need a Full Accounting of What It Will Take to Fix the Subways (Crain's)
    • Shuttering All Overnight Subway Service vs. Temporary Line-By-Line Closures (WNYC)
    • More Coverage of Yesterday's Rally Against the Mayor's E-Bike Crackdown (AMNY, WNYC)
    • Times Square Motor Rampager Richard Rojas Pleads Insanity (Post)
    • Joe Addabbo, Anti-Transit Parking-Obsessed Micromanager (TL)

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