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    • Cuomo Signs New Texting-and-Driving Penalties Into Law (WNYCAP)
    • State DOT: Pedestrian Median "Would Not Improve Safety" Where Ngozi Agbim Was Killed (Bklyn Paper)
    • More Coverage of Webster Avenue SBS Launch (NY1DNA)
    • Driver Critically Injured Woman Near Queens Plaza This Morning (DNA)
    • Feds Suspend Disability Payments for 600 LIRR Retirees Accused of Fraud (NYT)
    • Imaginary Problem: Bike Congestion. Real Problem: 7.5 Million Cars in One City. (NYT)
    • Get to Know the Bike-Hating Guy Who Got a Megaphone From the Times (Bklyn Spoke)
    • Navy Man Charged With Perjury For Fake DWI Alibi (NYT)
    • Bike Snob: Where Was the NYPD Ticket Blitz on Drivers When Zipcar Launched?
    • Setting Up Cyclist Ticket Traps Must Be Much Easier for Cops Than Cracking Down on This... (Gothamist)
    • The New York City Bench Renaissance (NYT)

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