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    • Drunk Speeder Responsible for Fifth Avenue Smash-Up Was Off-Duty Cop (Bklyn Paper)
    • State Senate's Budget Resolution Exempts Schools From MTA Payroll Tax (NewsLI)
    • One Terrible Bus Crash Gets More Ink in the Times Than Hundreds of Other Traffic Deaths Combined
    • NYC's First Electric Vehicle Charging Station Is Inside a Public Park (Bklyn Eagle)
    • Missed This One: Nice Piece From Adam Lisberg on NYC's Expanding Bike Network (News)
    • How Will New Yorkers Get to Their Redeveloped Waterfront? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • HSR Designation for Northeast Corridor Gives Shot in the Arm to Amtrak's "Gateway Project" (MTR)
    • City Looking Into Leasing, Not Owning, Its Vehicle Fleet (News)
    • Back to Business for Carl Kruger's Pet Community Board, Brooklyn CB 18 (Post)
    • Drag Racers Terrorizing Other Motorists on the Belt Parkway (Gothamist)

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