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8:54 AM EST on January 18, 2018

    • Partnership for NYC: Traffic Costs City $20B a Year (Post)
    • NYT on Crosstown Bike Lanes: People Have Died -- But!
    • Justin Davidson: Pedestrianize Broadway and Get Cars Off Residential Blocks (NY Mag)
    • Brian Kavanagh Doesn't Want the BQX to Interfere With BQE Rebuild (Bklyn Paper)
    • 7 Train Riders Will Lose Express Service for Track Repairs (News)
    • New COs Assigned to Precincts in Manhattan and the Bronx (News, Post)
    • NYPD Catches Sociopaths Who Hit Officer With Mercedes in Times Square (Post)
    • Teenager Charged With Attempted Murder for Severely Injuring Cop With Stolen Car (NY1)
    • Drunk Driver Gets 5 to 15 Years for Killing SI Woman on BQE (News, Advance)
    • Medallion Owners Got the News and Crain's to Run Very Similar Anti-Uber Op-Ed
    • People You Share the Streets With (Advance)

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