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    • Ray Kelly Writes to Albany and Says Nothing About the Need to Crack Down on Traffic Crime (News)
    • New York Area Can't Put Together Enough $ to Repair Decrepit Existing Roads (NYT, NYT, NYT)
    • Eight Dead in Wrong-Way Crash on Taconic Parkway Entrance Ramp (NYT, News, Post)
    • Head-On Collision on Montauk Highway Kills Three; Drag Racing Suspected (News, Post)
    • A Bogus Parking Placard Still Fakes Out Enforcers, Despite Reforms (Post)
    • Schumer Intros Bill to Ban Texting By Transit Operators, So Can the Feds Ban TWD Too? (NY1, Post)
    • This Is Who We Trust With Driver's Licenses in America (AMNY)
    • MTR Makes the Case for Red Light Cams
    • Cap'n Transit: Let's Shrink Sprawlsville, Not Walkable Urban Areas (via
    • BikeSnobNYC, Just a Nobody Who Pals Around With Lance (NYT)

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