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    • Police Arrest Man for Reckless Driving Loop Around Manhattan (News, WCBS)
    • Curb-Jumping Driver Injures Pedestrians on Crown Heights Sidewalk (WCBS, WPIX, WNBC, WABC)
    • Taxi Driver Hits SUV, Injuring Four in Curb-Jumping Midtown Crash (Gothamist, News, WCBS)
    • Driver Seriously Injures Boy, 5, in South Ozone Park (Times Ledger, News)
    • DOT Reveals Preliminary Design for Permanent Corona Plaza (Queens Courier)
    • New Brooklyn and LGA Buses Start This Weekend (NewsDNA); Biz Bigs Want More LGA Access (News)
    • Tri-State Unveils LIRR "Laggy" Awards for Delayed Service (MTR)
    • Willets Point Businesses Fear Temporary Parking Lot Won't Be So Temporary (Times Ledger)
    • Cuomo Signs Off on USTA Expansion, Including New Parking in Flushing Meadows Park (News)
    • Bond Buyers Bullish on Tappan Zee Financing, Driving Down Borrowing Costs (Bloomberg)

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