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    • Either Ray Kelly Has No Idea How NYPD Handles Traffic Crashes, or He Lies (Transpo Nation)
    • Woman Killed By Truck Driver While Biking in Crown Heights (Gothamist, Post, CHinfo)
    • No Jail for Texting Driver Who Killed Brooklyn Delivery Man Tian Sheng Lin (City Room)
    • Trucker Who Killed Roxana Buta and Fled Scene Identified -- NO CHARGES FILED YET (NBC)
    • Dozens of Council Members Crafting Bill to Establish Independent Oversight of NYPD (NYT)
    • Rockland Police Looking Into Phone Records of Driver Who Killed Cyclist on 9-W (Cyclists Int'l)
    • A Slice of Paramus Is Coming to the Bronx (NYT)
    • ...and Queens (News)
    • Cabbies Want to See a Few More Taxi Fare Hikes on Top of What's on the Table (Post)
    • Port Authority Cops Shelling Out Steep Fines to GWB Carpoolers (WSJ)
    • Cap'n Transit: Can the MTA Ever Think Entrepreneurially About Adding Bus Routes?
    • Sneak Peek of the Summer Streets 2012 Zip Line Over at Gothamist

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