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    • NYPD Replaces "Accident" With "Collision" and Beefs Up Crash Investigations (NYT)
    • TZB Invited to Apply for $1.5 Billion TIFIA Loan, 25% Less Than Cuomo's Ask (Times Herald-Record)
    • In the Wake of a Rash of Deadly Crashes, the Times Asks: Is It Safe to Cross the Street?
    • Victor Lopez, 49, Killed While Riding Bike in Two-Car Borough Park Crash (NewsPost, DNA, NYT)
    • Andrew Quinn, 22, Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver on West Side Highway (WCBS, DNANews, Post 1, 2)
    • Woman, 55, Killed by MTA Bus Driver in Oakland Gardens, Queens (News)
    • Diarrassouba Family to Sue City, NYPD, Crossing Guard; Angry at Bloomberg's Comments (Post 12)
    • Satmar Leaders Want Vehicular Manslaughter Charges for Julio Acevedo (News)
    • Expanded Plazas, Curb Extensions, and More Plaza Events Coming to Financial District (DNA)
    • Feds Shut Down Ming An Bus (DNAWABC); Wait Continues for City's Curbside Bus Rules (NYT)
    • On WNYC, Sal Albanese Sells "Fair Toll" Plan: "I'm the Only Candidate Who's Discussing This"

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