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    • Dov Hikind: DOT to Rip Out Borough Park Ped Refuges; Marcia Kramer Crows
    • Chinatown Bus Crash Kills Four, Spurs Further Calls for Regulation (TransNatNYT)
    • Newsday Editorial: Albany and Washington Must Focus on Pedestrian Safety
    • City Targets Vehicle Registrations in Latest Attempt to Collect on Parking Tickets (News)
    • Transit Access and Transit Hub Tax Credits Lure Panasonic HQ to Newark (NPR)
    • Christie Rides State Copter to Little League Game, Reignites Perennial NJ Issue (WSJ)
    • NYC's Structurally Deficient Bridges Down From 74 to 4 (News)
    • Cop's DWI Would Have Been Fixed If He Hadn't Resisted Arrest (News)
    • Defunct Parking Authorities Could Be Axed Under Reform Proposal (CapTon)
    • Long Island State Senator Launches Payroll Tax Repeal Website (LoHud)
    • MTA Catches Bus Manager Steering Inflated Contracts to Nephew's Firm (Post)
    • Data Visualizations Compare NYC Density to Mumbai and Istanbul (WSJ)

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