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    • "World Class" BRT Among Recommendations From Cuomo Sandy Commission (TransNat, SAS)
    • DOT Cleans Up Parking Signs; Read All About It: NYT, NewsTransNat, WSJ, CBS, Observer
    • For Just a Few Dollars, You Too Can Join the Ranks of New York's Finest Law Evaders (Post)
    • DA Richard Brown, NYPD File No Charges for Hit-and-Run Death of Miguel Torres, 11 (DNA)
    • Wrongful Death Suit Claims Cab Driver Who Killed 5-Year-Old Timothy Keith Was Speeding (STR)
    • 2 Hit by Fung Wah Bus Driver (Post); Pedestrian Critically Injured in Kew Gardens Hills (DNA)
    • Upper East Side NIMBYs Protest Audible Pedestrian Signals (DNA, Post)
    • CB 12 Mem Who Said Cashless HHB Tolls Would Doom Inwood Is Running for Council (CapNY)
    • Queens Neighborhoods May Get Their Own High Line (NYT)
    • Atlantic Yards Critic Whom Markowitz Booted From CB 6 Priced Out of Carroll Gardens (Post)

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