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    • Driver Parallel Parking Jumps Curb, Kills Cellou Diallo, 8, After Dropping Him Off From School (News)
    • Joseph Debrosse, 56, Drives Into Utility Pole on Woodhaven Boulevard and Dies (QChron, Post)
    • Five Other People Seriously Injured in Crashes Monday (News)
    • Eric Adams Rides for a 2-Way Protected Bikeway on Flatbush Ave By Prospect Park (Eagle)
    • De Blasio Has No Plans to Sever City Business With Action Carting (BK Paper)
    • Read More About the MTA's Commitment to Better Bus Service (NYT, AMNY)
    • AMNY, NY1, and the Post Tour the New MTA Double-Decker Bus
    • Access Queens: 7 Train Can't Handle Influx of Riders During L Train Shutdown (TL)
    • Port Authority Ethics Chair Caught Fixing a Traffic Ticket for Her Daughter (Politico, News)
    • Rising Rents and Web-Based Competition Putting Manhattan Auto Dealers Out of Business (Crain's)

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