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8:59 AM EDT on July 25, 2012

    • Council to Introduce Package of Reforms for NYPD Crash Investigations (Transpo Nation)
    • In June, Not a Single Speeding Ticket in Brooklyn's 77th or 78th Precincts (Bklyn Paper)
    • Sheridan Removal Would Help 1,325 Families Moving Into New Bronx Development (NYT)
    • Ocean Hill Seniors Catalog 82 Pedestrian Safety Hazards in Their Neighborhood (WNET)
    • Sidewalk-Hogging Atlantic Terminal Bollards Removed (Transpo Nation)
    • Cuomo's Tappan Zee Plan Needs Extra PR Help (CapTon)
    • WSJ Gives Queens Plaza Pedestrian Improvements, Bike Lane, Rave Review
    • Transportation Alternatives: Restore All Service and Stop the Fare Hike (News)
    • Across the State, New Yorkers Are Fighting NYSDOT For Highway Teardowns (WXXI)
    • Service Restorations Include Later Expiration Date For Commuter Rail Tickets (Post)

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