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8:49 AM EDT on June 13, 2018

    • Drivers Collide in Canarsie, Killing Mom and Injuring Child on Sidewalk (AMNY, NY1, Post)
    • De Blasio on Fair Fares: You're Welcome, New York (Post, AMNY, WNYC, Gothamist)
    • More on Yesterday's Council Parking Hearing: NY1, AMNY
    • Sensing Regulatory Threat, Uber Abandons Bullying for Charm Offensive (Politico)
    • NYPD Faulted Action Carting Driver for Killing Neftaly Ramirez, Then Changed Finding (BK Paper)
    • What It's Like When a Carting Worker Wrecks a Massive Garbage Truck (Gothamist)
    • NYPD Arrests 18-Year-Old for Prospect Park Hit-and-Run (BK Paper)
    • Unlike Yellow Cabs, the TLC Allows FHVs to Go Without Inspections for Years (NYT)
    • Bronx Free Parking Preservation Community Boards Gripe About Curbside Car-Share (Bx Times)
    • Ben's Best Owner Sells PIX on "Bike Lane Killed My Business" Narrative

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