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    • Wrong-Way Driver Fleeing Cops Seriously Injures Cyclist, Slams Storefront (Post, News, Gothamist)
    • Driver Jumps Curb in Midtown, Injuring Baby and Six Adults (Post, News)
    • Hit-And-Run Driver Plows Into East New York Home, Injuring Couple Sitting on Their Porch (Post)
    • Less Than Half of NYC's DMV Test-Takers Passed Basic Road Exam Last Year (News)
    • Top CUNY and SUNY Administrators Get Chauffeured to Work in State-Issued Vehicles (Post)
    • DOT Holds Meeting on Fourth Avenue Traffic Calming As It Nears CB 10 Vote (Bklyn Paper)
    • WSJ Takes on Bike-Share Expansion, While Ginia Bellafante's Lazy Writing Has Not Improved (NYT)
    • One Week Is All It Took To Turn Colin Beavan Into a Bike-Share Fan (News)
    • Times Editorial: "Bike-Sharing Works... Why, Then, All The Anxiety and Hyperventilating?"
    • Post Stenography for Unnamed PPW "Critics" Continues As Lawsuit Lives On
    • Staten Island Community Education Council Applies for Slow Zones Around Schools (Advance)

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