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    • Clyde Haberman: New York's Texting Ban Has No Teeth (NYT)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Strikes Bronx Man on Bruckner Blvd; Victim Unlikely to Survive (News)
    • Driver Who Killed Paula Jimenez Charged With Second-Degree Homicide (News)
    • After Two Weeks Without Service, 181st Street Station Back in Business (NY1, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • One Good Thing to Come From Subway Ceiling Collapse: MTA Joins Twitterverse (City Room)
    • Thank God for Traffic Tickets (Slate)
    • There's a New NJ Transit Entrance to Penn Station (The Local, NY1, AP)
    • Did You Know? NYC Bus Drivers Used to Make Change for Passengers (City Room)
    • Portland Gets Its First Cycle Track Two Years After NYC's (Bike Portland)
    • Would Bike Lanes Function Better If Sidewalks Were Wider? (On Transport)
    • Unsettling Video: Red-Light Running Pol Rams Cyclist (Cyclelicious via

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