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    • NYPD Acknowledges Motorists as a Threat to Times Square Pedestrians (NYT)
    • Motorcyclist Kills Himself, and Fortunately No One Else, in Central Park Crash (News)
    • Driver Jumps Curb, Severs Woman's Leg in East New York; "No Criminality Suspected" (Post)
    • Think This David Greenfield Pet Peeve Bill Passes Before NYPD Crash Investigation Reforms? (News)
    • Reader Reaction to Denis Hamill Drivel Mostly Negative (Spoke), But Daily News Calls PPW a Draw
    • Far West Side Could Get a New Bus Line This Year (DNA)
    • Related Proposes BMCC as Anchor Tenant for Moynihan Station (NYT)
    • Jersey Mulls Jughandle Ban (NYT); Stamford to Widen Streets for Pedestrian Safety (Advocate)
    • Zurich, Perth, Nashville? NYC Not on the List of Cities Considering Parking Maximums (Governing)
    • Dana Rubinstein Delves Into the Sordid Past and Present of the Yellow Cab Industry

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