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    • Judge Convicts Monserrate of Misdemeanor Assault, Clears Him of Felonies (NYT, News, Post, AMNY)
    • Will He Keep His Seat? That's Up to the State Senate (Politicker)
    • Following Axel Pablo's Death, TLC Cracks Down on Cabbie Cell Phone Use (News, Post)
    • Brian Lehrer Asks: Does Govt Pick on Drivers? Bonus: Hilarious Bike Tips From Diane Savino
    • GOP State Lawmakers Rally to Repeal MTA Payroll Tax (Newsday)
    • Idling Livery Cars Cram the Curb in Upper Manhattan (Manhattan Times)
    • Dear Gridlock Sam: Why Do Traffic Agents Direct Cars Right Into Pedestrians? (Downtown Xpress)
    • Signs of Progress at Shuttered Cortlandt Street Subway Station (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • NY Press Impressed By "Vision and Guts" of DOT Commish
    • Taking the "Mass" Out of Mass Transit (Human Transit via Streetsblog.net)

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