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8:55 AM EST on March 6, 2018

    • NYPD Moves Swiftly to Absolve Woman Who Killed 2 Kids on 9th Street (NYTNewsPost, Bklyn Paper)
    • Gersh Kuntzman: "Like Gun Nuts Who Kill, Car Nuts Who Kill Can Be Stopped" (Bklyn Paper)
    • Advocates Rally for Safer Streets Outside de Blasio's 9th Street Gym This Morning (News)
    • NYC's Bus Problems Aren't Limited to Specific Routes -- They're Systemwide (City Limits)
    • The Daily News Gateway Cost-Cutting Suggestions Don't Affect the $13B Tunnel Portion
    • City Agencies Start Going Through the Motions of de Blasio's Congestion Plan (News)
    • Citi Bike Adds Incentives to Keep Stations on Elevated Ground Stocked With Bikes (Bklyn Paper)
    • AMNY Recaps Last Week's Liz Krueger Transit Forum
    • WTF: Conductor Spreads False Alarm About ICE Raid on NJ Transit Train (Post)
    • SUV Driver Smashes Through Morris Avenue Storefront in Concourse Village (Post)
    • New York City Drivers Are Aggressive Jerks to Celebrities Too (News)

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