Today’s Headlines

  • Quinn and Kelly Sources Say She Would Keep Him at NYPD (Post)
  • Nothing But a Traffic Ticket for Truck Driver Who Killed 11-Year-Old Boy in Queens (Gothamist)
  • Bay Ridge Drunk Driver Intentionally Hits Four Outside Nightclub, Injuring One Critically (News)
  • Red Light Camera Tickets and Parking Summonses Down in 2012 (Post)
  • MTA Still Opposed to Platform Screen Doors, But Evaluating Them After Recent Deaths (TransNat)
  • MTA Unveils Real-Time Subway App; Lhota: “Subway Time” for All Lines in 3 Years (WSJ 1, 2, CapNY)
  • It’s Official: Lhota’s Resignation Took Effect Yesterday; Ferrer Is Acting MTA Chair (NY1)
  • Will Candidate Lhota Be Guiliani 2.0, or Something Else? (NYT)
  • Climate Change: S.I. Wheel to Be Raised Two Feet; 2,200 Parking Spaces Still Planned (Advance)
  • In Year-End Letters Wrap-up, Daily News Highlights Reader Advocating Violence Against Cyclists

More headlines at Streetsblog Capitol Hill

  • Eric McClure

    Call me crazy, but I have a feeling the Daily News wouldn’t have published — twice! — a letter advocating that pedestrians carry bricks to hurl through the windshields of drivers who fail to yield.

    Which is why I resolve to pay as little attention to the News (and Post) as humanly possible in 2013.

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