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    • City Council Redistricting: Commission Unveils Maps; Activists Propose "Unity Map" (WNYCNY1)
    • 12 Percent of NJ Transit Buses Leave Port Authority Bus Terminal Late (WSJ)
    • Cab Careens Across Sidewalk, Smashes Scaffolding, Demolishes Deli on UWS (DNA)
    • Black Car Service Uber Launches Possibly-Illegal Smartphone App for Yellow Cabs (NYT, Observer)
    • Pelham Bay Politicians Say City Isn't Enforcing Higher Fines for Trucks Parked Overnight (DNA)
    • Wrong-Way Drivers on 39th Street in Sunnyside Get More Attention (CBS2, NY1)
    • Man Claims Cops Took Joyride in His Seized Benz; NYPD Denies Wrongdoing (Post)
    • Quinn and Vacca: Taxi of Tomorrow Will Reduce Number of Hybrids in Fleet (Post)
    • Guangzhou, China, Begins License Plate Lottery to Cut Number of New Cars in Half (NYT)
    • California Rethinks Enviro Review Law That Enabled SF Bike Injunction (NYT)

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