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    • Ray Kelly, Calling Speeding "Inherently Dangerous," Urges Albany to Enact Speed Cams (News)
    • Police Union and Marty Golden Oppose Speed Cams Because They Aren't Human Cops (News)
    • Bushwick Precinct Issued Eight Speeding Tickets Last Year (News)
    • Woman, 50, in Critical Condition After Out-of-Control Driver Hits Her on Mosholu Parkway (Post)
    • After S.I. Pols Push MTA to Nix SBS Blue Lights, Riders Having Trouble Telling Buses Apart (CapNY)
    • Metro-North to Penn Station Offers a Glimpse at MTA's Next Capital Plan (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Repeat DWI Ex-Cop Gets Reduced Sentence for Killing Bronx Grandma Who Was Crossing Street (Post)
    • Two Officers Busted for DWI and Hit-and-Run in Queens (NewsDNA, Post)
    • So This Is What It Takes for NYPD to Arrest Someone for a Car Crash (Post)
    • Judge Tells Cyclist to Pay Up After NYPD Issues $1,250 Fine in Single Traffic Stop (Gothamist)
    • In North Brooklyn, Drivers Want Cops to Look the Other Way on Double Parking (Bklyn Paper)
    • Brooklyn Spoke Has Little Patience for Vinegar Hill's Anti-Bike Nonsense
    • State Wants Substantive Tappan Zee Public Input: Slanted or Square Tower Tops? (LoHud)

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