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    • 29 License Suspensions Don't Prevent SI Man From Killing Elderly Couple With His Car (NYT, News)
    • Revolving Doors Keep Spinning: Driver With Suspended License Kills Bronx Bride-to-Be (Post, News)
    • DOT Proposal For Union Street @ Grand Army Plaza: Turn Parking Lane Into Moving Lane (Post)
    • LIC Residents Ask for One-Way Conversion on 49th Ave; Merchants Complain About Process (News)
    • The Times Wants Federal Oversight for Transit Safety
    • Most Megabus Customers Switch From Driving (WNYC)
    • Straphangers Struggle to Figure Out How to Get Their Money's Worth From MetroCards (News)
    • Windshield Perspective Alert: The Times Gives Thanks for an Alt-Side Parking Holiday
    • Manhattan Times Publisher Whines About His Own Parking Tickets
    • This Will Be the Most Intensely Reported Incident of Careless Driving in a Long Time (CNN)

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