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    • Post Feature: Drivers Who Kill Pedestrians on the Sidewalk Don't Face Charges in NYC
    • Jeffries and Meeks Want Rockaway Branch Rail Study (ChronicleQueens NYC2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Driver Jumps Curb in Sheepshead Bay, Injuring Three on Sidewalk (Post)
    • Unidentified Pedestrian Struck by Driver in Jackson Heights (DNA)
    • Brooklyn Paper Previews Traffic Calming Proposals for Fourth Avenue in Bay Ridge
    • Bronx DA: Police Using Cruiser to Ram Suspect on Dirt Bike Was "Accidental" (Post)
    • Proliferation of Building Scaffolding Affecting NYC Pedestrians (Post 1, 2)
    • Quinn and Bloomberg Face Off Over NYPD Inspector General Bill (NY1, Post)
    • Tri-State to Eric Ulrich: "Not All Traffic Calming Treatments Are Equal" (MTR)
    • TZB Transit Task Force Warms to Bus System, Will Talk Funding Soon (LoHud)
    • With L.I. Pols Opposed, Fight Is Set for West Side Metro-North Access (2nd Ave Sagas)

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