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    • School Bus Driver Kills Elise Hellinger, 58, in Kew Gardens Crosswalk (Post, NY1, AMNYNews)
    • Feds Sue MTA for Failing to Make Subway Stations Accessible (NYT, PoliticoNews)
    • Cuomo's Former Right Hand Man Joe Percoco Convicted on Corruption Charges (NYT 1, 2; Politico 1, 2)
    • Phil Murphy's Proposed First Budget Would Prioritize Transit (NYT, WNYC)
    • De Blasio Likes Carl Heastie's Cabs-Only Congestion Plan Copout (AMNY)
    • NIMBYs, Indifferent Cops, and Cowardly Officials Make Riding the Bus a Miserable Ordeal (City Limits)
    • NY1 Covers Rollout of Revamped Staten Island Express Bus Routes; Public Forum Tonight: Advance
    • Jersey Park-and-Ride Motorists Take Advantage of Free Curbside Parking in Staten Island (Advance)
    • 3 Injured in Fire When Motorist Blocks Hydrant; Driver Says He'll Sue City for Car Damage (Bx Times)
    • Damn E-Bikes (Bx Times)

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