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    • Feds Covered Up Research on Dangers of Cellphone Use While Driving (NYT)
    • Hit-and-Run SUV Driver Kills Mother of Two Crossing Amsterdam at 145th (News)
    • Drivers With Suspended Licenses Get Right Back Behind the Wheel, Speed and Kill (Gothamist)
    • Livery Car Crashes Into Washington Heights Florist After Collision With Van (News, Post)
    • Self-Defense of Fare Hike Four: "We're Not Hitler" (News, Post)
    • Someone, Please, Primary These Guys -- They're Vulnerable (News, News)
    • Traffic Down on MTA's Tolled Crossings for 19th Consecutive Month (Post)
    • NJTransit Opens a Rail Spur to the Meadowlands (WNYC)
    • What If Rail Travel Was Only as Safe as Driving? (Infrastructurist)
    • Detroit Planners Study Car-Deer Crashes More Than Car-Ped Crashes (M-Bike via

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