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Today’s Headlines

  • Michael Ameri, an Officer Who Took Street Safety Seriously, Commits Suicide (NewsNYTGothamist)
  • Brad Hoylman: Make 14th Street Transit-Only While L Train Shuts Down — and Leave It That Way (DNA)
  • Kabak: While We’re Waiting for More Subway Capacity, Get More Out of Our Bus System (Crain’s)
  • Bx6 Select Bus Service Could Launch as Soon as This Fall (DNA)
  • Citi Bike Enlists Members to Help Rebalance System (Gothamist)
  • Broadway Pedestrian Spaces Between 41st Street and 35th Street Will Be Cast in Concrete (News)
  • Drunk, Unlicensed, Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures Pedestrian in West Farms (News, Post)
  • The Post Keeps Up the Crusade for People Who Park in Front of Pedestrian Ramps
  • NYC Will Replace Bright LED Streetlights With Lower Wattage Bulbs (Post)
  • Happy Bike to Work Week, NYC (NYT)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Dean Skelos Sentenced to Five Years in Prison (NYT, Politico); Preet: I’m Not Done (Politico)
  • Paul White, Tom Wright, Joe Lhota Among Those Enlisted to Shepherd de Blasio Streetcar (AMNY, DNA)
  • Gotham Gazette Explains What a “Self-Financed” BQX Would Really Mean
  • Reliable Trains and Buses, Not Gimmicks, Are What New Yorkers Want From Transit (2AS, Freemark)
  • Tri-State: NJ Transit Problems Go Deeper Than Inadequate Funding (MTR)
  • Parking Crusader Vincent Gentile Rushes to Aid Motorists Ticketed for Blocking Curb Ramps (Post 1, 2)
  • Related: Imagine NYPD’s Failure to Enforce Law Against Crosswalk Killings Getting This Much Coverage
  • Motorist Flips Car and Dies After Being Shot in Canarsie (Post)
  • Cop Who Told Driver What Police Think of Vision Zero Now Monitoring Security Cameras (Post)
  • Crossing Guards Get Some Love in Park Slope (Bklyn Paper)
  • Jason Gay to America: Cyclists Are People, Too (WSJ)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Daily News: De Blasio Instructing DOT to Implement Life-Saving Street Design = Strong-Arming
  • More Reality Based Queens Boulevard Coverage From Gothamist and DNA
  • Toll Reform Gains Support From Suburban Legislators (AMNY)
  • There Is an MTA L Train Meeting in Manhattan Tonight (Gothamist)
  • The Longer the Gateway Review Process Takes, the More It Will Cost (DNA)
  • Post: Vehicular Crimes Chief One of Several Prosecutors Resigning From Ken Thompson’s Office
  • Drivers Are Being Ticketed for Blocking Sidewalk Ramps and the New York Post Is All Over It
  • Former Brooklyn Assembly Member Alec Brook-Krasny: I’m “Too Lazy” to Surrender Official Plates (Post)
  • The Number of Unlicensed New York Motorists Looks Poised to Increase (Post)
  • Post: Treating Drivers Fairly Would Put Uber Out of Business, and That Would Be a Shame
  • New York City Cyclists Are Out of Control (DNANY1)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Driver in Reverse Crushes Senior to Death on Upper East Side; No Charges (News)
  • SI Driver Who Killed Alexa Cioffi With Boat Trailer Charged With Manslaughter (News)
  • Uber Drivers in NYC to Get Some New Work Rights, Agree to Not Unionize (NYT)
  • MTA: Three Sick Passengers Caused Train Delays for Thousands on Monday (Gothamist)
  • Advance Not Impressed by DOT Analysis of North Shore Traffic Problems
  • Police Looking for Hit-and-Run Driver Involved in Gory UWS Curb Jump Crash (News)
  • Man Jumps Off Overpass Onto Gowanus Expressway, Is Struck and Killed by Motorist (News)
  • 2nd Ave Sagas Finds Useful Tidbits in Hunter Subway Etiquette Study
  • Judge Orders Prosecutors to Release Names of All Bridgegate Suspects (WNYC)
  • NYPD Vans May Continue to Dose You With Radiation at NYPD’s Discretion (Post)
  • If You Think Cops Are Attached to Their Cars Now … (DNANewsPost)

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  • Advocates Are Heading to Albany to Push for Speed Cams By Every School (PoliticoWNYC)
  • Anthony Foxx Isn’t Satisfied With Progress on Trans-Hudson Transit Tunnel (Politico)
  • The Times Has Something Bland to Say About the L Train Shutdown
  • Gelinas: Forget the L Train, Crush Loads on Other Lines Are the Real MTA Emergency (Post)
  • Hit-and-Run Drivers Kill Man in Ozone Park (News)
  • 85-Year-Old Woman Crashes Car Into Utility Pole in Canarsie and Dies (News)
  • The Bike Boom Inside NYC Buildings (NYT)
  • Uber Cuts Prices on Rush-Hour Carpool Rides Below 110th Street (Post)
  • Medallion Industry Regroups, Plans Counteroffensive Against Uber (Crain’s)
  • There’s a “Visioning Session” for the BQX Streetcar in Astoria Tonight (AMNY)
  • Not the Most Convincing Argument Against BQX (News)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Driver Kills Senior Richard Headley in Midtown; No Summonses, No Charges (Gothamist)
  • Partially-Shut Canarsie Tunnel Would Carry One-Fifth the Riders and Take 3 Years to Fix (NYT, Politico)
  • City & State Finds a Lot of Holes in Cuomo’s Big Ticket Transportation Plans
  • Assembly Member Robert Rodriguez Makes the Case for Toll Reform to Post Readers
  • 500 Homes to Replace Public Housing Parking Lots in Brooklyn and the Bronx (NYT)
  • Council Members Took Direction From Uber to Drum Up Opposition to Proposed Regulations (Politico)
  • Eric Adams: NYPD Must Stop Practice of Reflexively Blaming Crash Victims (Bklyn Paper)
  • NYPD, News: Brooklyn Pedestrian Critically Injured by Drunk Driver “May Have Been Jaywalking”
  • More Details on the Crash That Killed Heather Lough From the News and Gothamist
  • Yet Another NYPD-Involved Crash the Public Will Never Hear Anything Else About (News)
  • Police Look for Brooklyn Cyclist Who Attacked Motorist, Possibly After Collision (DNANews, Post)
  • Nicole Gelinas: JSK Annoyed a Few People and Saved a Lot of Lives (City Journal 1, 2)

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Today’s Headlines

  • Silver Gets 12 Years (NYT 1, 2; Politico); Albany Shrugs (WNYC); Cuomo: “Justice Was Served” (Politico)
  • Kabak: The MTA Doesn’t Have Many Options to Relieve Subway Crowding
  • New 19th Precinct CO, Endorsed by Ben Kallos, Says “Bikes Are a Big Problem” (Our Town)
  • Rodriguez, Rosenthal, Eugene to Intro Bill Requiring DOT Barnes Dance Study (News)
  • City Report Finds Private Trash Haulers in Dire Need of Oversight (News)
  • New York Restoration Project to Start Free Shuttle Service to Randall’s Island Connector (DNA)
  • Shore Boulevard Revamp Work Starting Soon (DNA); DNA Readers Back Clinton Ave. Bikeway
  • Hit-and-Run Driver Injures Woman in Brooklyn Crosswalk, Is Chased by Daily News Deliverymen
  • A Correction Officer Pulled a Gun on Another Motorist Over a Parking Spot (DNA)
  • On Jane Jacobs’ 100th Birthday, de Blasio Says Affordable Housing Plan Honors Her Ideals (News)
  • Again With the Gondolas (DNA)

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  • Kaminsky Officially Wins Skelos’s Old Seat, Giving Democrats Majority in State Senate (AP, Politico)
  • Not Your Imagination: The Subway Is Bursting at the Seams (NYT)
  • To Get Vendors Off Sidewalks, Ydanis Rodriguez Wants More Upper Manhattan Plazas (DNA)
  • Car Thieves Still at Large After Killing Chooi Tan on Canarsie Sidewalk; Daily News: “Accident”
  • Cops Crash Cruiser in Upper Manhattan Chase (Metro); Hit-and-Run Driver Injures Bronx Officer (AMNY)
  • Motorcyclist Kills Self on Belt Parkway in Howard Beach (Metro)
  • Girl Scouts Lobby for Improvements at Inwood Intersection Where DOT Just Installed Sharrows (DNA)
  • AMNY Looks at Uber’s Explosive Growth in NYC
  • Here’s Part Two of Gothamist’s “Film Your Bike Commute” Series
  • Anonymous NYPD Officer Helps Cyclist, Gets a Post Story

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