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    • Driver Kills Basid Miah, 23, on Conduit Boulevard in East New York, No Charges Expected (News)
    • Speeding Drunk Driver Causes Five-Car Crash on Bronx Park East, Killing Shiquan Dunn, 31 (News)
    • The Times Is Appalled Cuomo and de Blasio Haven't United to Fix the Subways
    • Greg David: NYC Business Leaders Don't Care About the Transit System Like They Used To (Crain's)
    • No Time Like the L Train Shutdown to Make the Union Square Subway Station Fully Accessible (Crain's)
    • What Happens When Station Agents Leave Their Booths and Work Amongst the Riders? (NYT)
    • 14 Black Pastors Urge Cuomo to Equalize Fees on Uber and Yellow Taxis (News)
    • Daily News Wants Your Stories of Terrible Transit and Gridlocked Streets
    • The Video of This Group Bike Ride Doesn't Jibe With the "Cycling Mob" Headlines (NBC, News)
    • Parents at PS172 Say the Speedway Gas Station in Sunset Park Is a Deathtrap (Bklyn Paper)
    • Send a Message That Cops Aren't Above the Law -- End Placard Abuse (Slate)

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