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8:59 AM EDT on June 20, 2012

    • Four-Year-Old Ebrahim Kebe Killed by Bronx Minivan Driver While Playing by His Home (Post, DNA)
    • Times Quotes One Motorist, Two Cabbies and a Chauffeur, Each Opposing Speed Cameras
    • More Coverage of the Council Hearing on Outer Borough Transit (DNA, AMNY)
    • Bronx Is Largest Reverse-Commute Market in U.S., and Growing (Transpo Nation)
    • How the NYPD's Obsession With Numbers Turned Sour (NYT)
    • In Queens Race, Meng Promises Transpo Focus, Crowley Wants 7 Train to LaGuardia (NYT)
    • DUMBO's Pearl Street Triangle Is Getting a Touch More Color (Brownstoner, Bklyn Eagle)
    • Staten Island Police Start Crackdown on Farebeaters, Now Costing MTA $50M (News)
    • Sunset Park Debates Which Blocks Must Bear Truck Traffic (DNA)
    • Your Latest Reminder That the Yankee Stadium Parking Deal Was an Utter Fiasco (Reuters)

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