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    • Jose Torres, 57, Killed in Crosswalk at East 181st Street and Southern Boulevard in Bronx (Gothamist)
    • Lhota Wants More Rights on Red, Has Nothing to Say About Walking, Biking, or Street Safety (PDF)
    • TA: NYPD's Traffic Enforcement Priorities Don't Match Up to Traffic Safety Reality (CapNY)
    • After Two Weeks, Another NYPD Officer Says He Was Present at Motor Bike SUV Assault (DNA)
    • Seventh Person Charged in Assault Case for Beating SUV Driver With His Motorcycle Helmet (WSJ)
    • NY's Top Court: MTA Payroll Tax Constitutional, But Opponents Can Appeal (GannettNewsday)
    • Poll: De Blasio Continues Lead, Ahead of Lhota 67-23, With 7 Percent Undecided (WSJ)
    • Yassky: Boro Taxis and Bike Lanes Are Both Permanent Fixtures in NYC (CapNY)
    • Another Look at Yesterday's City Council Hearing on NYPD's Reluctance to Share Crash Data (WNYC)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas: Five Years Is Too Long to Wait for SBS on Nostrand Avenue
    • Williamsburg Bridge Plaza Bus Riders Set to Get Upgrades: Benches, Trees, Waiting Room (DNA)
    • A Tram Expansion From Queens Plaza to Central Park Is Kind of a Crazy Idea, No? (News)

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