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    • To NYC Police and Prosecutors, Fare-Beating a More Serious Offense Than Killing With a Car (NY1)
    • NYPD Charges Westchester-Bronx Chase Driver With Manslaughter for Passenger Death (Patch, NYT)
    • L Train Service Is About to Get a Big Boost (Second Ave Sagas)
    • Transit Union Report Says Bad Bank Deals Partly to Blame for MTA Woes (WNYC)
    • NYPD Occupy Barricades Forcing Wall Street Bull Tourists Into Traffic (DNA)
    • Megabus Barred From Parking Outside Port Authority (Crain's)
    • Hummer Limousine Crash in Queens Village Sends 13 to Hospital (NY1)
    • Threat or Promise? School Bus Drivers Issue Strike Warning to DOE Chancellor (DNA)
    • Long Island City: Kids' Bike Parade on Vernon Boulevard This Weekend (DNA)
    • Jersey City Close to Deal on High Line-Style Embankment Park and Transit Development (WNYC)
    • The FDR Pedestrian Esplanade: Architects Reimagine the East Side Riverfront (Capital)

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