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    • Vance Says His Office Already Seeing Results From NYPD Reforms, Calls for Speed Cams (AMNY)
    • Bloomberg to Police Union: Cops Instead of Cameras? "That's Just Not Going to Happen" (News)
    • Study of Bellevue ER Admissions: Half of Injured Peds Either on Sidewalk or Crossing With Signal (NYT)
    • Driver With Suspended License Crashes Into Rockaways Church After Sandy Repairs (Post, News, NY1)
    • Cabbie in DWI Hit-and-Run Switcheroo “Didn’t Know His Passenger Was as Drunk as He Was" (Gazette)
    • DOT Rolls Out Bike Corrals Along Ninth Avenue Protected Bike Lane (DNA)
    • RPA Honors Thruway Chair, Praising Tappan Zee Bridge Project's Extra Lane (LoHud)
    • Parks and DOT Tweak Astoria Waterfront Greenway After Complaints That Path Is Too Narrow (Gazette)
    • Jackson Heights Asks DOT for Slow Zone, Traffic Calming on Northern Boulevard (News)
    • Could Through-Running Trains Be a First Step to Addressing Penn Station's Woes? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • With Customers Citing Walkability, High-End Auto Dealers Open Shop on 11th Avenue (WSJ)
    • The Post Editorial Page Links Saudi Female Bike Decree to Sadik-Khan

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