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    • 11-Year-Old Dies After Drunk Parent Ignores Daughter's Pleas to Drive Carefully (News 1, 2, NYT)
    • A Long, Dangerous Weekend: Recklessly Driving Moms Put Children's Lives at Risk (News 1, 2)
    • Meanwhile, NYPD Cracks Down on Bikes Without Headlights at Brooklyn Critical Mass (Yawen Chen)
    • Traffic Jams Good for the Earth? David Owen's Muddled Critique of Congestion Pricing (WSJ)
    • If You Can't Get Enough Bike Lane Bickering, Read This Pair of City Room Posts
    • Nicole Gelinas: Walder Should Use New MTA Tech to Determine If TWU Engages in Slowdown (Post)
    • Bronx Beep Thinks Kingsbridge Armory Project Needs More Parking to Relieve Congestion (News)
    • Brooklyn College Plans to Pave Community Garden, Put Up a Parking Lot (News)
    • MTA Admits F Train Performance Stinks, Has a Plan to Improve It (City Room, SAS, Bklyn Paper)
    • Pilot Program Seeks to Make a Bus Ride to La Guardia More Appealing (City Room, SAS, NY1)
    • Flurry of Outdoor Subway Repairs Leads to Epic Weekend Service Disruptions (NYT)
    • DMV Outrage! NY Vehicle Registration Stickers Don't Stick (NYT)

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