Today’s Headlines

  • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Latchman Singh, 34, in Crosswalk at Dekalb and Flatbush (Post)
  • Advance Looks at This Year’s Seven Staten Island Pedestrian Fatalities; Only Two Drivers Face Charges
  • Times Ledger: DMV Must Come Clean About Why It Voided Tickets of Allie Liao’s Killer
  • Gelinas: “Congestion Pricing Is Coming to New York” But Don’t Count on a Rational Debate (C&S)
  • Cuomo Administration Paying High-Powered DC Firm $500 an Hour for Tappan Zee EPA Appeal (Capital)
  • DOT Trims Ozone Park Plaza to Add More Parking, Appease Irate Business Owners (QChron)
  • MTA Unveils Two Fare and Toll Hike Options (NYT, Capital, PostDNA, AMNY, Metro, Crain’s)
  • Meanwhile, MTA Board Member Chuck Moerdler Offers Insights on Train Crowding (WPIX, News 1, 2)
  • Dangerous Roadways: Laurel Hill Boulevard in Queens (Brownstoner) and Bronx River Parkway (Post)
  • Mark Treyger’s Proposed Texting-While-Biking Ban Gets Panned in Brooklyn Paper

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