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    • Someone Ran a Red in Deadly Harlem Crash, But Police "Suspect No Criminality" (Post)
    • Tix Fix Scandal Continues Assault on Legal System With Another Acquittal In Unrelated Case (NYT, Post)
    • City Council Members Want DOT to Fill More Potholes (News)
    • Long Island City's Bottom-Up Push for Bike Lanes Gets a Profile (News)
    • Chris Ward Firing Rumors Came From Enemies in New Jersey (Crain's)
    • Greenwich Village Businesses Want Traffic Calming, Ask For Speed Bump (DNAinfo)
    • How Can Nassau County Ask For More Transit When It Won't Pay For What It Has? (MTR)
    • Fighting ARC Bill Costs NJ $525,000 A Month (Star-Ledger)
    • Queens DA Brings Charges in Drag Racing Crash That Injured Four (Post)

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