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    • Under Cuomo's Proposed Budget, Traffic Offenses Will Cost Drivers More (NYT)
    • Plus: $6B for MTA/Port Authority Sandy Recovery (WNYC) and Shorter DMV Waits (Gothamist)
    • Police Don't Expect to File Charges After Van Driver Kills 15-Year-Old Girl in Midwood (News, DNA)
    • Driver Critically Injures Woman on Ft. Hamilton Parkway in Dov Hikind's Turf (DNA)
    • The Annual Number of Subway Deaths Has Held Pretty Steady Since 2001 (CapNY)
    • Imagine If a Spate of Traffic Deaths Made Lawmakers Snap Into Action Like This... (News)
    • Why Does It Cost So Much to Run Yellow Buses? Mob Ties, Corruption, Inefficiency (TransNat)
    • Brooklyn CB 8 Committee Reaffirms Support for Franklin Ave Bike Corral (Patch)
    • Next Month's TZB Transit Task Force Meeting Will Be Open to the Public (Journal News)
    • David Byrne's Bike Racks vs. The Public Design Commission: It's On! (DNA)

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