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    • Two Pedestrians Killed, Four Injured by Drivers in Brooklyn This Weekend (NYT, News, Post)
    • News: Cops With a History of Drunk Driving Are Welcome at NYPD
    • DWI Case Against Adam Clayton Powell IV Unresolved After Two Years (NYT)
    • Daily News Lays It on the Line: Albany Hypocrites Responsible for MTA Mess
    • At Long Last, Are Transit Countdown Clocks for Real? (NYT)
    • MTA to Restore Fare Collection Along Staten Island Railway (Advance, SAS)
    • NJ Transit Rates Could Jump 25 Percent; Gas Tax Unchanged for 22 Years and Counting (MTR)
    • Northeast Corridor Is Ripe for Model HSR, So Why Is Washington Ignoring It? (NYT)
    • Park Slope Businesses Blame "Stupid" Park Smart for Slow Traffic (NY1)
    • Riverdale Merchants Quash Plan to Flood Johnson Avenue With Potential Customers (R'dale Press)
    • Queens Center Mall Accused of Meter-Tampering to Lure Customers to Garage (News)

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