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    • NYPD Completely Failing to Enforce Speed Limit in Northwest Brooklyn (Bklyn Paper)
    • FDNY Truck Responding to Fire Kills Motorcyclist in Bed Stuy (NYT)
    • Now That Congress Has Passed a Transpo Bill, It's Up to States to Enact Reforms (MTR)
    • Dreading the Unfunded Mandate Imposed by New Federal Transit Safety Regs (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Massive E-ZPass Discount in the Works for Drivers on Port Authority's SI Bridges (Post)
    • NYC EDC Violated Lobbying Rules on Willets Point, Coney Island Mega-Projects (WSJ)
    • Bklyn Paper Tests Bus-Time App on B61, and Finds It Works Perfectly
    • Why You Should Care About the Cross-Harbor Freight Tunnel (Cap'n Transit)
    • Bike-Share as a Gateway Drug (Transpo Nation)
    • Did the Koch Brothers Bankroll 1980s Disney Comics? (Grist)

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