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8:50 AM EDT on March 16, 2018

    • Driver Hits 11-Year-Old Boy Near Staten Island School -- NYPD Blames Child (Advance 1, 2)
    • De Blasio Knows He Can't Count on Albany to Make NYC Streets Safer (News)
    • Advocates Talk With Errol Louis About de Blasio's Response to Ninth Street Child Deaths (NY1)
    • Daily News Applauds Mayor's Punt; More: AMNY, WNYC, BK PaperPost
    • Related: Someone Asked de Blasio About "Distracted Walking" and Of Course He Took the Bait (AMNY)
    • Related: Not Even a Ticket for Ramming SUV Into Storefront as People Run for Their Lives (Bx Times)
    • Broken 111-Year-Old Bridge Cuts Off NJ Transit From Penn Station (AP)
    • Cuomo Still Can't Say How His Tappan Zee Will Be Paid For, or How Much It Will Cost (Politico)
    • The Real MTA Genius Is the Guy Who's Quantifying Bus Lane Blockages (NYT)
    • Filmmakers Are Producing a Documentary About the L Train Shutdown (AMNY)
    • Responding to Death of Phil O'Reilly, Lancman Wants Union Turnpike Safety Upgrades (Torch)
    • DDC Announces Sidewalk Extensions and Other Improvements for W. 70th and 71 Streets (Rag)
    • Private Sanitation Union Chief: City Carting Reforms Can't Happen Soon Enough (C&S)

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