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    • Russianoff and John Raskin Say MTA Should Invest Unexpected $40 Million in Restoring Service (News)
    • Roxana Gomez, Struck by Alleged Drunk Driver in Prospect Heights, Dies From Injuries (Post, Madre)
    • King Fong, 79, Killed by Motorist in Bensonhurst; NYPD Blames Victim (Post, DNA)
    • Comrie Drops Out of Race for Queens Borough President (Times Ledger)
    • Weiner Goes Full Bore on Ferries; Thompson Says Weiner Doesn't Get How Liveries Work (CapNY)
    • De Blasio: City Should Get More From Private Entities That Want Public Parkland (CapNY)
    • Queens Bike Rack News, Via an Exemplary Piece of Livable Streets Reportage From the Times Ledger
    • Lentol and Squadron Want Developers to Allow Temporary Parks on Vacant Lots (CapNY)
    • MTA Putting More Cameras on Buses to Protect Drivers From Assault (News)
    • Unlicensed Cab Driver Drives on Greenway in Soho (Post)
    • The Times Measures the Reach of Bloomberg's International Road Safety Campaign

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