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    • Driver Kills Carlos Gavilanes, 47, on Northern Boulevard in East Elmhurst; No Charges (WPIX)
    • 12 Electeds Beseech de Blasio for 24/7 Bus Lanes During L Shutdown (News)
    • The Case for Fair Fares From a Working Mom Living in NYC's Shelter System (News)
    • Four Years Into Vision Zero, NYPD Cyclist Harassment Continues Unabated (News)
    • DOT Will Unveil 9th Street Redesign in June (Bklyn Paper)
    • Northern Boulevard Intersection Where Driver Killed Giovanni Ampuero Gets an LPI (QChron)
    • DOT Won't Turn on Transit Signal Priority for Woodhaven Blvd Until Late 2019 (QChron)
    • Q&A With TransitCenter About the Campaign for an Accessible Subway System (Vice)
    • Why B82 Riders Need Bus Lanes on Kings Highway (Bklyner)
    • Cuomo Deputies: Amtrak Jumping the Gun on Penn Station Concourse Redevelopment (Politico, AMNY)
    • Jeff Klein's Taxpayer-Funded Taurus Signals Loss of Status in the Albany Placard Class (News)

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