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    • SI Driver Arrested for Hit-and-Run That Killed Boy, 5, and Injured His Mother and Sister (News, Post)
    • Motorcyclist "Not At Fault" After Killing Pedestrian Crossing Queens Blvd in Sunnyside (WCBS, News)
    • Search Is On for Driver Who Killed Pedestrian, 25, in Jackson Heights Hit-and-Run (WNBC, DNA)
    • Guess Which Top Cop Is Cracking Down on Speeding in New York? (WCBS)
    • Off-Duty 76th Precinct NYPD Officer Arrested for Drunk Driving in Wrong-Way LI Crash (WCBSNews)
    • Straphangers: Half of Diverted R Train Riders Say Their New Commute Is Longer (NYT)
    • Silver Joins Maloney in Pressing MTA on Second Avenue Subway's Next Phase (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Boro Taxis: 1,300 On Road Now, 6,000 Total Permits This Year, 18,000 by 2015 (NYT, News, DNA)
    • City & State Talks Transportation With Sadik-Khan, Prendergast, Foye, and Squadron
    • Bensonhurst Merchants Fed Up With NYPD Placard Abusers Blocking Bus Stops, Hydrants (Bklyn Daily)
    • City Issued Fewer Parking Tickets in 2012; Top Ticket Scofflaws Each Owe $300,000 or More (Post)
    • Tappan Zee Funding Isn’t the Only Thing Andrew Cuomo Is Tight-Lipped About (TU)

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