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    • TSTC Report: Broadway Pedestrian Deaths Concentrated in Upper Manhattan (TransNat, News, Post)
    • NYC's Handful of Red Light Cameras Are Getting the Job Done (Post)
    • Four Serious Cab Crashes in Manhattan in One Day: The Post Spots a Trend
    • Quinn Separates Herself From the Pack on Solid Waste Management Plan (CapNYPost)
    • Lhota Endorses Mayoral Control of Bridges and Tunnels, Lower Tolls, and Deer Hunting (Advance)
    • Crain's Profiles the Sal Albanese Toll Proposal
    • MLS Disavows Leaked Stadium Renderings (Crain's, CapNY)
    • East Side Access: It's Happening (Atlantic)
    • Driver Convicted of Manslaughter for Fatal 2010 Midwood Collision (Post)
    • Stay Classy, Dov Hikind (NYT)

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