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    • Queens Teen With Learner's Permit Crashes New Car on Southern State Parkway, Killing 4 (NYT)
    • Fare Hike Option Would Raise Monthly and Weekly Rates, Leave Base Fare Unchanged (News)
    • Fulton Street Station Now Accessible From Broadway and Dey Street (DNA)
    • MTA to Eliminate Cash Tolls on Henry Hudson Bridge (WSJ)
    • If Only There Were Some Way to Rein In Gowanus Expressway Traffic and Maintenance Costs (DNA)
    • MLS Stadium Project Looking More and More Like Déjà Vu All Over Again (DNA)
    • Staten Island Ferris Wheel Would Be the Only One on Earth to Have EDC-Mandated Parking (Advance)
    • Civil Claims Against NYPD Are Skyrocketing (NY World)
    • Elderly SUV Driver Travels 100 Feet Off the Street, Slams Into Home in Canarsie (DNA)
    • Post to Light-Beating Motorists Looking to Avoid $50 Ticket: "Floor It"
    • Traffic Fatality Coverage You Don't See in NYC ...  (Chicago Trib)
    • ... And a Possible Preview of Headlines to Come (Toronto Star)

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