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    • Backer of Bike Crackdown Blames Cyclists For Being Killed on NYC Streets (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Counterpoint: Target Enforcement to Actually Prevent Hundreds of Deaths Each Year (Brooklyn Paper)
    • Vacca, Electeds, and Queens BID Leaders Grateful for Dysfunctional Parking Rates (Queens Chron)
    • Quinn Opposes Charging At-Fault Motorists For FDNY Crash Response (WSJ)
    • Shocker: So Does AAA (News)
    • 2nd Ave Sagas: Lets Replace Car Lanes With Transit Lanes
    • Defying Principles of Good Public Space Design, CB3 Opposes Benches at Astor Place Plaza (Villager)
    • Daily News Cheers Construction of Subsidized 825-Space Garage for NY Botanical Garden
    • Evidence Mounts of Faked Subway Signal Inspections (Transpo Nation)
    • Why You Should Never Litter on the Train (NY1)

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