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8:55 AM EDT on May 1, 2018

    • City Hall Still Searching for Ways to Prevent Uber From Clogging Streets (PoliticoAMNYCrain's, News)
    • Desperate Times for Drivers in the For-Hire Industry (NYT)
    • Looks Like the "On Time, On Budget" Myrtle Viaduct Replacement Was a Rush Job (Voice)
    • SUV Driver Critically Injures 10-Year-Old Child on 84th Street in Bay Ridge (Bklyner)
    • Cabbie Hits Three Cops at Scene of Overturned Bakery Truck (Post)
    • Advocates: De Blasio Has to Do More to Stop Harassing Delivery Workers on E-Bikes (AMNY)
    • Crashes More Likely to Injure Cyclists in the 88th Precinct. What Are Cops Doing About It? (News)
    • MTA Express Bus Commuters Appreciate the Extra Seats on Their New Double-Decker Ride (AMNY)
    • Honking -- the Sound of the Motorist Mind Melting Down (Gothamist)
    • People You Share the Road With (Post)

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