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    • TA, Victims and Families Rally for Traffic Justice: Gothamist, Voice, CBS, NY1
    • City Traffic Deaths Down; Paul Browne Touts Cell-Phone Stops, Vehicle Seizures (TransNat)
    • Lawless NYPD Putting Pedestrians in Harm's Way? Just Another Day on Jay Street (News)
    • Bu$ted! Port Authority Cops to Nefarious Tolls-for-Maintenance Scheme (Post, NY1)
    • Air Quality Lead Concern of Upper East Siders at Second Ave Subway Forum (NY1)
    • Traditionally Savvy Gotham Gazette Buys Into City Council's Power-Mad DOT Narrative
    • It's Past Time for Vacca's Pet Peeve Committee to Get a Handle on Loading Zones (Bklyn Paper)
    • Roosevelt Island Tram Sees Ridership Boost in Year Following Renovation (DNA)
    • Massive Rebuild Project at St. George Ferry Parking Lot Targeted for 2013 Wrap (NY1)
    • No Charges for Speeding Driver Who Demolished Section of Snug Harbor Brick Wall (NY1)
    • What If Car Crash Casework Got as Much NYPD Brain Power as Car Thefts? (News)

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