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    • Killer Cabbie Cops to Criminally Negligent Homicide, Still Gets Out of Jail Free (NYT, Post, News)
    • Family of Vionique Valnord Sues NYPD, Alleging Cover-Up in DWI Death (Post, NY1)
    • City Limits Ponders the Fallout From MTA Cuts
    • NYPD Responds to Moscow Subway Attacks By Showing Off Big Guns Underground (Post)
    • DOT Hopes to Have Full Brooklyn Greenway Footprint in Place Within 3 Years (News)
    • In First for Any U.S. City, San Francisco Counts Its Parking Spaces (Streetsblog SF)
    • What Makes Bell Blvd Dangerous? Parking Enforcement, Of Course (News)
    • Would a Station Agent Have Deterred Deadly Violence at Christopher St Station? (News)
    • Pittsburgh Requires Bike Parking in New Developments (TNAC via Planetizen)
    • Ryan Avent: Pols Need to Get Over Aversion to Road Pricing
    • Bike Snob Steps Out of the Shadows; You Saw Him Here First, Folks (WSJ, City Room)

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