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    • Boy, 12, in Critical Condition After Being Hit by Driver in Midwood; Driver Ticketed for Speeding (Post)
    • As Council Member, de Blasio Regularly Fixed Parking Tickets (Voice)
    • Schwartz and Soffian: Next Mayor Should Refine Bike Enforcement, Bike Traffic Rules (News)
    • In Public Advocate Debate, Tish James and Dan Squadron Support Congestion Pricing (NY1)
    • New York World Maps Where the Boro Taxis Are
    • Mill Basin Residents Say Lamborghini Crash Indicative of Area's Speeding Problem (News, WNBC)
    • Two-Car Crash Sends Driver Careening Into Staten Island Home (Advance, WNBC)
    • Mapping App Wins MTA Developer Contest (2nd Avenue Sagas, News)
    • Parking Lots at Suburban Rail Stations Are a Waste of Space (MTR)
    • After Years of Negotiations, Construction Set to Begin on Greenway to Randalls Island (Bronx Times)
    • How Much Responsibility Do You Have to Protect Yourself From Dangerous Drivers? (IVM)

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