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    • Senate Co-Leader Jeff Klein Introduces Senate Speed Cam Bill (MTR)
    • Road Money Promised By Malcolm Smith in Scandal Comes From State Slush Fund (Reinvent Albany)
    • Man Struck, Killed by MTA Bus Driver in Elmhurst, Queens (NY1)
    • More Coverage of Pedestrian Killed by Truck Driver at Flatbush and Atlantic (DNA, Post, Gothamist)
    • Mott Haven Residents Protest Dangerous Driving After Fatal Hit-And-Run (DNA)
    • NJ Transit Chief: To Prep for Sandy, We Moved Trains to Flood-Prone Areas (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • ...But He Promises That NJ Transit Riders Won't See a Fare Increase This Year (Post)
    • Old South Ferry Station Reopened at 5 a.m. (DNA, Advance, NY1WSJ, TransNat, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • TLC Warms to Tech Companies Offering E-Hail and Taxi Tracking Software (Crain's)
    • Police Speed After Robbery Suspects, Leading to Crash In Flushing (NY1)

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