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    • Media Try to Rouse Interest in Today's Runoffs (Post, News, NYT)
    • 12-Year-Old Brooklyn Girl Critically Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver (Post, NY1)
    • Drunk Off-Duty Cop Kills Brooklyn Pedestrian, Charged With Manslaughter (NYT, Post, Post)
    • Driver, Second Officer Suspended (NY1, NYT); DWI Evidence May Be Botched (News 1, 2)
    • Officer in Charge of NYPD Parking Crackdown Busted for Placard Abuse (Post)
    • Robert Sullivan: Time to Bring Multi-Modalism Back to the Brooklyn Bridge (NYT)
    • Is the MTA Coming Around on Data Sharing? (NYT)
    • Capital Plan Includes Support for Long Island TOD (MTR)
    • Manhattan BID Proposes Revamp of Traffic-Choked Greenwich South (City Room)
    • Developer Wants More Parking to Offset Building Costs; Bronx CB Balks (R'dale Press)
    • National Park Service Favors Auto Traffic to Recreation (GGW via

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