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    • Who Is On the List to Replace Ray Kelly, If He Leaves? (DNA)
    • Tri-State Looks at Cuomo's Budget; Raises Flag About Moving Debt Back to MTA
    • Preliminary NYPD Counts Show 279 NYC Traffic Fatalities in 2012 (TransNat)
    • Death and Serious Ped Injury in Queens (Post); Vallone's "Public Safety Tour" Ignores Traffic (Gazette)
    • New Owners of W'burg Block: "Parking Will Be a Big Element...Possibly for a Big-Box Tenant" (WSJ)
    • DOT Rejects Roosevelt Avenue Petition; Rush Hour Lanes "Necessary Due to Congestion" (News)
    • Council Is Quick With Legislation on the Cost of Gas (WNYC); Traffic Justice? Not So Much
    • Stringer Wants MTA Inspector General to Investigate Subway Deaths (TransNatPost)
    • Jets Coach Rex Ryan Runs Red, Causes Three-Car Crash (WSJ)
    • BID Unveils Fulton Street Vision Plan, Including Plaza and Streetscape Proposals (Patch)
    • DOT Accepts BID's Application for Permanent Putnam Triangle Plaza (Brownstoner)
    • Traffic Calming Moves Ahead for Deadly Borinquen Place (Bklyn Paper)

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