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    • Samuel Cohen-Eckstein, 12, Killed on PPW; NYPD Says He Chased Ball Into Street (StoopNews, DNA)
    • Ray Kelly: Deadly Traffic Crashes Just Too "Complex" for NYPD (Atlantic Cities)
    • De Blasio Talks Bikes, MTA Payroll Tax, BRT, Dodges Congestion Pricing on Reddit (News, Advance)
    • At CityLab Conference, de Blasio Says Protected Bike Lanes Are a "Success" (WNYC)
    • Officer Arrested in Assault Case After Video Shows Him Smashing SUV Window (News, PostWABC)
    • State Court: Taxi of Tomorrow Needed Council OK; Mayor Will Appeal (NYTWSJ, WNYC, CapNY)
    • TA Volunteers Gather Signatures for Traffic Calming on 21st Street in Astoria and LIC (DNA)
    • CB 6 Committee Supports Filling Gap in 2nd Ave Protected Bike Lane; Full Board Votes Tonight (DNA)
    • Driving? New Yorkers Just Aren't That Into It (Crain's)
    • JSK's TED Talk Lays Out the NYC DOT Playbook: Quick, Cheap, With Lots of Seating (WNYC)
    • NBBLers of 9 PPW, Meet Your New Neighbor (Brownstoner)

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