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    • Off-Duty Cop Points Gun at Cyclist Through Car Window After Nearly Hitting Him (NewsPost)
    • Final Two Designs for Tappan Zee Have Rail, Bus, Bike/Ped Lanes, But Still No Funding In Sight (LoHud)
    • Lew Fidler Caught Red-Handed Abusing Parking Placard (Post)
    • Poll: 22 Percent of New Yorkers Would Solve Budget Crisis By Cutting Transportation (NYT)
    • Bklyn Paper Isn't Buying Millman's Line That Sanctioned Bike Lane Blocking Is a "Compromise"
    • Fire Trucks in Hundreds of Crashes Each Year, Prompting FDNY Action (Post)
    • Bloomberg's Waterfront Plans Shift From Housing To Greenways, Ferries, and Industry (WSJ)
    • Why Does Infrastructure Always Go Over Budget? (WSJ)
    • Pelham Parkway Trees Safe For a Little Longer (News)
    • Are SBS's Flashing Blue Lights Illegal? (News)
    • "Build A Better Burb" Exhibit Showcases New Visions For Long Island (NYT)

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