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    • DOT Launches Campaign Targeting Reckless Drivers (News), and the Post Takes Credit
    • Cuomo Announces State Grant for Queens Select Bus Service (MTR)
    • MTA Board Assigns No Responsibility for MNR "Accident" (NYT, WSJ)
    • South Ferry Station Will Be Gutted; Service Expected to Resume in 2016 (SAS, WNYC)
    • R Train Ferries Carry 250 Passengers a Day; Gentile Says Shuttle Buses Needed (News)
    • Bloomberg Will Get a Ride on the 7 Extension Before Leaving Office (WSJNews)
    • Van Bramer and Locals Want Traffic Calmed at LIC Intersection Before, Not After, a Child Is Hit (DNA)
    • Elmhurst Neurosurgeon Jamie Ullman Talks With the Daily News About Pedestrian Injuries
    • Will Laurie Cumbo's "Rat Pack" Colleagues School Her on Street Safety? (WSJ)
    • George Washington Bridge Lane Closures Now a Federal Case (WNYC)
    • Marty Markowitz, Classy to the End (Bklyn Paper)

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