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8:44 AM EDT on August 15, 2018

    • Motorist Who Hit 11-Year-Old Richard Granville Didn't Have a Valid License (ABC)
    • News to State Senate: Give NYC's Speed Cameras Back Now
    • Paul White Talks With Errol Louis About Recent Cyclist Injuries and Deaths (NY1)
    • News Still Shaming Madison Lyden for Not Wearing Helmet to Protect Her From Giant Truck
    • Molinaro Goes After Cuomo on MTA Neglect (PoliticoPost)
    • State AG Candidates Can't Wait to Meddle in NYC Transportation Policy (Politico)
    • Soundview Ferry Service Starts Today (NY1)
    • Subway Conductors May Be Getting Body Cameras (GothamistNY1)
    • Buried Lede: NYPD Is Enforcing the Jefferson Avenue Bike Lane (Post)
    • Box Truck Driver Kills Man in East Williamsburg Parking Lot (NewsPost)
    • Dump Truck Driver Critically Injures Man on Northern Blvd. and Flees (ABC)
    • Shutting the Brooklyn Bridge to Transport a Prisoner Is So NYPD (NYT)

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