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    • How MTA Riders Will End Up Paying for Cuomo's Gigantic Tappan Zee Replacement (Cap'n Transit)
    • Cabbies Crash on UES, Pinning Pedestrian Face Down on Sidewalk; NYPD: No Criminality (DNA)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Isabel Rodriguez Says He Was Busy Eating Ice Cream (Post)
    • NYPD: Speeding, Not Alcohol, to Blame for Van Wyck Wreck That Killed Five (Gothamist)
    • Council Intros Bills Authorizing DOT Inspectors to Enforce Commercial Cycling Regs (Post)
    • Cited By NYPD for a Trivial or Non-Existent Biking Offense? This Is Your Gulag... (NYT)
    • MTA Ramps Up Enforcement of Fare Evasion (City Room, NY1)
    • Red Select Bus Lane + Perpetually Angry S.I. Motorists = Easy Wordplay (Advance)
    • Only Andrea Peyser Could Write a Love Poem to Bruce Ratner and the Barclays Center (Post)
    • Chicago to Pay Out $3.25M for Deficient Ped Safety Where Driver Killed 4-Year-Old Girl (Trib)

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