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    • TA: Improvements Needed for East Side's Most Dangerous Intersections (Our Town)
    • Post Thinks Google Bike Routes Lead Cyclists Where They Don't Belong
    • The Groundbreaking: Ratner Gloats; Markowitz Sneers; Guests Invoke Jackie Robinson, God (BP)
    • Witness to Karen Schmeer Crash Says NYPD Account Doesn't Add Up (City Room)
    • Ray Kelly Warns of Shrinking Force Due to Budget Woes; Prosecutors Could Be Next (News)
    • Port Authority Director Hints at Higher Tolls (News); MTA Won't Cut Administrator Salaries (AMNY)
    • New Report From RPA and TSTC Probes Dire State of New Jersey Transit (MTR)
    • Council Member Steve Levin Opposed to "New Domino"; Diana Reyna Supports (Post)
    • Brooklyn Paper Unmoved by City Takeover of Brooklyn Bridge Park; Condos May Be Axed (Gothamist)
    • Yglesias: Sprawl Is Not a Natural Product of the Free Market
    • Van With Corpse and Homemade Placard Towed From Outside Funeral Home (News)

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