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    • Speeding Is Like a Contagious Disease, And NYC Isn't Doing Enough Vaccination (News)
    • 20 Mobile Speed Cams Will Be Rotated to Different High-Priority Schools By End of Year (WNYC, News)
    • Weiner Takes Lead in New Mayoral Poll (WSJ 12)
    • De Blasio: Bike Lanes Worth Removal of Parking, Traffic Lanes (CBS)
    • Mark-Viverito, Weprin, Garodnick, Palma, Vacca, Dickens Vying for Council Speakership (Observer)
    • The Post Is Sure Its War Against Bike-Share Station Is Doomed Because Ed Skyler Lives in Soho
    • "Law Enforcement Source" to Post: Jay-Z Concert in Street on B'Way Will Be "Off The Hook"
    • Two Drivers Want to Join Flimsy Red Light Cam Suit, and the News Has It Covered
    • Lander Trying to Fast-Track Safety Plan for Deadly Ocean Parkway Corner (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Jersey City Police Arrest Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Cyclist Natasha Caicedo, 34 (WSJ)
    • After Getting Cut Off, Driver Stabs Man at Flatbush and Myrtle (Bklyn Paper)

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