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    • Traffic Safety Forum Attracts 100 Park Slopers Wanting Action, But No Promises From City (Bklyn Paper)
    • Staten Island Officials Don't Want Bus Lane Cameras Fixed -- They Want Them Removed (Advance)
    • MNR Engineer Says He "Lost Focus" (NYT, WSJ)
    • News Details the History of Sleepy (Transit) Drivers Not Getting Charged or Convicted for Deadly Crashes
    • FRA Pushes Train Control Tech (WNYC, Next City); Gelinas: MNR Has a Safety Problem (City Journal)
    • Bloomberg: Transit Infrastructure and Safety Upgrades Require Funding (CapNY)
    • Port Authority's Chief of Capital Planning Joins Line of Top Officials Heading for the Exit (Crain's)
    • New Commanding Officer Takes Over at Astoria's 114th Precinct (DNA)
    • City Continues to Roll Out Parking Meter to Bike Rack Conversions (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • NYT Looks at Unused Subway Stations at City Hall and Bergen Street

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