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8:58 AM EST on January 3, 2014

    • Xiaoci Hu, 75, Killed After Driver Rear-Ends Vehicle Stopped for Him in Sunset Park (WCBS)
    • Unidentified Man, 53, Killed by Driver While Crossing Southern Boulevard in Belmont (News)
    • Private Sanitation Truck Driver Crashes on Midtown Sidewalk Into Scaffolding; No Injuries (WABC)
    • Broken Windows: SI Traffic Stop Leads to Arrest for Suspended License, Drugs, Illegal Gun (Advance)
    • Driver Arrested for Suspended License After Flushing Crash on NYE That Killed Another Driver (TL)
    • De Blasio Defends Keeping Kimball on at EDC (Observer); What Will It Mean for Parking Policy?
    • MTA Applies for $1 Billion FRA Loan to Fast-Track Positive Train Control Installation (WSJ)
    • WNYC Covers Bratton and de Blasio's Words on NYPD's "Intensive Focus" on Traffic Violence
    • Brooklyn Paper Covers Trottenberg's Impromptu Meeting With Victims' Families at Inauguration
    • Taxi Medallion Owners File Two End-of-Year Lawsuits Against Boro Taxis, Healthcare Fund (CapNY)
    • Now That He's Mayor, de Blasio Says He Really Misses Driving Himself to Work (NYT)
    • City Limits: Bike Lane Expansion One of Bloomberg's Best Ideas, Yankee Stadium Among Worst
    • Must Listen: On WNYC Segment About Community Boards, Bettie Kollock-Wallace Talks Bike Lanes

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