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    • Staten Island Hit-And-Run Killer Still at Large, Just as Defense Attorneys Prefer (AdvanceGothamist)
    • Tech Firms Compete to Offer Bike-Riding Employees Best Amenities (Marketplace)
    • Fourteen Arrested For Forging NYCHA Parking Placards (News)
    • Second Pedestrian Killed This Week in Traffic Crash in Downtown Flushing (Times-Ledger)
    • Queens Officials Unveil Plaque For Pat Dolan, Killed By Driver in November (Times-Ledger)
    • No Crashes, Yet Upper East Siders Want Cyclists to Dismount on 78th Street Overpass (DNAinfo)
    • Bronx Precinct Hit With Lawsuit For Setting Arrest Quotas, Including For Traffic Summonses (News)
    • Preliminary Engineering Work Begins on Tappan Zee (LoHud)
    • Point/Counterpoint: Build Ferries Now, or Build Park-And-Rides First (Bklyn Daily 12)
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