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    • Only Two Out of 21 Drivers Who Killed Cyclists Last Year Arrested, And Here's Why (Transpo Nation)
    • 710,000 Fewer Parking Tickets Issued Last Year, But At Higher Cost (Post)
    • With Newest Bill, City Council Still Letting Parkers Drive Transpo Agenda (Post)
    • Midtown-Bound M Train Sees Huge Ridership Gains (Kabak)
    • Whenever Albany Says "Parity," MTA Riders Should Run The Other Way (Cap'n Transit)
    • State Budget Provides Small Boost For Long Island Bus Riders (MTR)
    • Staten Island Hit-And-Run Killer Turns Self In, Charged With Fleeing Scene (Post)
    • Half of Lots in SoHo Historic District Expansion Are Vacant or Parking (Post)
    • Local Officials Ask For Transit on Tappan Zee, More Time to Comment (LoHud)
    • Markowitz: Sam Schwartz Bike Tolls Would End With Pedestrians Paying Too (Crain's)
    • Plan Advances to Create Pedestrian-Oriented Market Under Harlem Train Tracks (News)

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