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8:50 AM EDT on June 26, 2018

    • Revised DOT L Train Plan: 17-Hour 14th St Busway, Bike Lanes on 12th/13th (News, NY1, Post)
    • Keep Mocking Cuomo's Backward AirTrain to LaGuardia on Twitter Everybody (NYT, AMNY)
    • Tri-State: Disperse Uber Traffic With Congestion Pricing, Not a Cap (AMNY)
    • 88-Year-Old Driver Runs Over and Kills Madeline Shershen, 17, in Queens Crosswalk (NBC, Post)
    • More Coverage of NYPD's Refusal to Charge Driver Who Killed Luz Gonzalez (Bklyn Paper, News)
    • Turning Driver Critically Injured Cyclist on Victory Boulevard Friday (Advance)
    • Motorcyclist Killed in Right-Angle Crash in Hollis (QNS)
    • Cranks Come Out to Stop Pedestrian Bridge Between Brooklyn Heights and Brooklyn Bridge Park (Eagle)
    • Yvette Clarke "Avoids Public Transit Whenever Possible" (Politico)
    • Former DEP Exec Used Agency Investigator as Her Personal Chauffeur for 13 Years (Post)

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