Eyes on the Street: NYPD Continues to Mistake Bus Lane for Parking

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A tipster sends in these shots of police — again — and trucks — again — parked in the 34th Street Select Bus Service lane. Looks like the city’s Botts’ Dots are more soft than barrier.

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Where is the outrage from the parking-obsessed media? Oh, right — they’re out chasing the real story.

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