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    • Christine Quinn Takes a Position on NYPD Budget Cuts (WNYC, Post)
    • Former Detective Kevin Spellman on Trial for 2009 Killing of Bronx Pedestrian Drane Nikac (Post, News)
    • NYPD and the DMV Are Attaching Drivers License Points to Cycling Tickets (Gothamist)
    • Uptown 6 Riders Can Now Switch Trains at Bleecker Street (NYT)
    • Traffic Congestion Is Stifling City Bus Ridership (DNA)
    • Four Months After Spike, NYPD Transit Bureau Says Subway Felonies Are Down (Post, News)
    • Two MTA Bus Drivers Were Assaulted in Brooklyn Yesterday (Post)
    • Silver, Chin and Squadron Say LES Greyhound Stop Will Pose Traffic Danger (DNA)
    • Truckers Keep Crashing Into Overpasses, and Chuck Schumer Wants GPS Legislation (WSJ)
    • Ben Kabak Questions the Relevancy of "If You See Something, Say Something"
    • Justice Is Swift When the Hit-and-Run Victim Is a Bike Cop: Streetsblog SF
    • Can You Top Cap'n Transit's Entry in the Cuomo Caption Contest?

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