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8:59 AM EST on January 22, 2013

    • All SBS Blue Lights Switched Off After Vincent Ignizio Mistook a Bus for a Police Car (TransNat, SAS)
    • It's No Coincidence That Community Boards Are Obsessed With Curbside Parking (Bklyn Paper)
    • Thomas Berry, 66, Killed by Garbage Truck Driver in Chelsea; "No Criminality" (GothamistPostDNA)
    • Speeding Motorist Kills Mir Hoosain, 35, in Kips Bay; No Charges Filed (News)
    • Pedestrian Critical in Borough Park; Driver Hits SI Store; DWI Cop Crashes in the Bronx (DNA 123)
    • Since the Death of Suzanne Hart, City Has Increased Elevator Inspector Force by 36 Percent (Post)
    • Jimmy Van Bramer Backs DOT Plan to Slow Motorists on Fifth Street in Hunters Point (DNA)
    • Design Process Underway for Next-Gen Staten Island Ferry (Advance)
    • Second Ave Sagas: Should the South Ferry Station Be Rebuilt?
    • Think You Know Your Transit System? Start Training for 2014 (TransNat)

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