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    • Drivers Kill Pedestrians in East New York and Jamaica (Gothamist)
    • Will Motorist de Blasio, Who Drives Son to School, Stand Up for Car-Free New Yorkers? (NYT, Grist)
    • Sandy Recovery a "Multi-Year, Multi-Billion Dollar Effort" (MTR)
    • Worried About TZB and Seeing Toll Increases in Future, S&P Downgrades Thruway Bond Rating (LoHud)
    • Fake Banksy in Washington Heights Highlights NYPD's Role in Traffic Violence (GothamistAnimal)
    • TWU Rallies for New Union Contract on Sandy Anniversary (CapNY)
    • 2nd Avenue Sagas: Is MTA Leaving Value-Capture Opportunities on the Table?
    • NYPD Says It Was Unaware of Illegal Parking Around Barclays Center, Will Now Focus on It (AYR)
    • Dana Rubinstein Talks Boro Taxis, Taxi of Tomorrow, and Taxi Politics on WNYC
    • Appeals Court Upholds E-Hail Pilot Program (News)
    • Taxi of Tomorrow May Be Dead in Court, But the First One Is Already Picking Up Passengers (Jalopnik)

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