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    • Hynes: No Criminal Charges for Curb-Jumper Who Ran Red Light and Killed Yuliya Hermanska (News)
    • Driver Who Killed Roxana Sorina Buta in Union Square Crosswalk Cleared of Failure to Yield (Post)
    • Queens Driver Speeding at 100 MPH Injures 10; Charged With Reckless Endangerment (WNBC, News)
    • Council Member Eugene Talks Coney Island Avenue Traffic Calming (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Lisa Sladkus Steps Down From UWS Streets Renaissance Campaign (Spectator)
    • DWI Arrests Up 20% Over Last Year, Led by Greenwich Village, Kew Gardens, Jackson Heights (Post)
    • NYC Women Talk About How to Get More Women Riding on City Streets (Velojoy)
    • Post Reporter Test Rides "Clunky" Citi Bike; Fixie-Riding Daily News Reporter Turns Up Her Nose
    • $1 Fee for New MetroCards Is Yielding More Than Expected for MTA (News, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • No TZB Toll Hike In 2014, But No Follow-Up From Cuomo on Toll Panel, Either (LoHud)

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