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    • NYT Casts an Eye Toward the Move NY Toll Plan
    • Maude Savage, 72, Injured in Crosswalk by Unlicensed Driver in East New York (Post, News, WCBS)
    • Mother of Denim McLean Focuses on Helping Other Parents Who Have Lost Children (DNA)
    • Anti-Safety Harlem Neighbors Still Not Satisfied, Want Street Returned to Dangerous Design (News)
    • WPIX Looks at Dangerous Intersections in NYC, Starting with 23rd Street and Sixth Avenue
    • City Removes Right of Way's Guerrilla 20 MPH Street Signs on PPW (News, WPIX)
    • Hunts Point Market Says City Should Halt South Bronx Greenway Improvements (WCBS)
    • Boro Taxis Cluster in Most Lucrative Areas (World); Illegal Cabbies Defend Turf (Post)
    • BIDs See Budget Increases, Resulting in Spending on Streetscape Improvements (Crain's)
    • QueensWay Park Workshops Continue as Rail Proponents Announce Their Own Study (DNA, MTR)
    • Drivers Griping About Street Sweeping and Bike Lanes: It Happens Across the Hudson, Too (WNYC)

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