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    • Unidentified Woman Killed by Driver in Hit-and-Run on Highland Boulevard in Jamaica (News)
    • Trucks and How Leading Pedestrian Intervals Can Stop the "Left Turn of Death" (Cap'n Transit)
    • The Media's Perspective Needs to Change Before There's Real Progress on Traffic Fatalities (PPS)
    • Environmental Review: Necessary, But in Need of Major Reform (NYT via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • EDC and Local Merchants Partner on Cleaning Up 125th Street Near Metro-North Station (News)
    • ConEd Paid More Than $2.7 Million Over Six Months for Workers to Stand in Parking Spots (DNA)
    • Taxi Passengers Tend to Be Young, Wealthy Men in Manhattan (CapNY)
    • East River Ferry (Post), Second Avenue Subway (Crain's via 2nd Avenue Sagas) Boost Real Estate
    • Incoming SI Council Member Steven Matteo Cites High Tolls and Poor Transit as Priorities (C&S)
    • In Westchester, Winter-Weather Bike Commuters Call Themselves "Crazy" Lone Rangers (LoHud)
    • Citi Bike in the Snow: 3,000 Rides (Animal); Some Bikes Removed From Street (Bowery Boogie)

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