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    • Defined Space for Prospect Park Peds and Cyclists? Markowitz: If Drivers Get Extra Time (News, NYT)
    • Praise From All Quarters for Joe Lhota's First 100 Days (Capital NY)
    • MTA Bridge Crossings Down Since 2007, Though Toll Revenues Are Up (News)
    • MTA to Sell Off Madison Avenue Buildings (Reuters)
    • City Panel Expected to Approve Third Ave. Whole Foods and Its 248 Parking Spots (NYT)
    • Reporting From One of City's Most Hazardous Crossings, NY1 Parrots NYPD Victim-Blaming
    • Crossing Guard, Second Pedestrian Struck by Motorist in Harlem (DNA)
    • Driver Crashes Into Chelsea Building (DNA); Livery Cab Driver Hits House in Parkchester (NY1)
    • The Times Devotes Some Ink to Urban Street Safety
    • Science Says That Mercedes Driver More Likely to Feel Entitled to Run You Over
    • #savethelorax: Universal and Mazda Roundly Ridiculed by Steve Colbert

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