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    • Windshield Perspective Rules as Council Makes Mockery of Parking Laws (News, NYT, Post, Observer)
    • Silver Yields on Leandra's Law; Bill Requires Ignition Interlocks for Convicted DWI Offenders (News)
    • Obama Signs Off on Billions in Tax Breaks for Sprawl Builders (NYT)
    • Arrival Displays Coming to 3 Bronx Subway Stations and M50 Bus Route (NYT, News, Post, AMNY)
    • No Charges for Driver Who Critically Injured 17-Yr-Old Student at SI High School (News)
    • Bob Herbert: American Infrastructure "Trundling Along Like a Jalopy" (NYT)
    • Schumer Backs Federal Oversight of Transit Safety If Feds Pay for It (NY1)
    • Pedicab Regs Kick Into Effect This Week (Post)
    • Rational Concerns About Safety Seem to Guide Philly PD's Stepped Up Cycling Enforcement (Inquirer)
    • Move Aside Union Square Pedestrians, This Squad Car Needs to Park (On Transport)

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