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    • DSNY Worker Critically Injures Bushwick Cyclist, Leaves Scene; NYPD Defends Driver (News, Post)
    • Dana Lerner Responds to John Flanagan's Disgusting Speed Camera Rhetoric (News)
    • Subway Ridership Continues Decline (NYT)
    • Kabak: Road Pricing Is a Progressive Answer to NYC's "State-Imposed Transit Crisis" (Curbed)
    • Uber, Lyft Try Buying/Propagandizing Their Way Out of Regulation, Fail (PoliticoCrain's, News, NYT)
    • Oh No, the Zillionth MTA Rescue Panel Has Yet to Meet (Politico)
    • There Have Been Two LIRR Derailments in the Past Two Weeks (NewsPost)
    • New Bronx and East Side Ferry Routes to Launch This Month (AMNYMetro)
    • Ben Fried Briefs WGN on the Urban App-Hail Glut
    • NYC EDC Making a Mess of Its West Thames Street Pedestrian Bridge Project (Crain's)
    • Century Waste, Which Has a History of Flouting Safety Rules, Kills Motorist in Brooklyn (BK Paper, Post)

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