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    • Widower of Clara Heyworth Sues NYPD for Bungling Crash Investigation (NYT)
    • Gridlock Sam's Road Pricing Plan Has Staten Island's Attention (Advance 1, 2)
    • More About the City's Rejection of the Sheridan Expressway Teardown (News)
    • Next Thing You Know, Steve Cuozzo Will Say the Times Square Ped Plazas Were His Idea (Post)
    • Ditmas Park Residents Organize for Bike Lanes; Will CB 14 Listen? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Manhattan's First 20 MPH Slow Zone Coming to Inwood (Transpo Nation)
    • Pregnant Woman Hit By Taxi Left Idling By Cabbie (Post)
    • Don't Even Try to Make Sense of This Post Story on Bike-Car Crashes
    • Why South Williamsburg Is a Bike-Share Desert (WSJ)
    • Related: Satmar Yeshivas Ban Biking to School (Post)
    • Giants Offensive Lineman Busted for Driving With Twice the Legal Alcohol Limit (NewsPost)
    • In Queens, No One Can Snap a Picture of You Riding the Bike Lane You Tried to Kill (DNA)

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