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8:58 AM EST on January 29, 2014

    • Police Pull Over Bronx Driver for Failure to Yield; He Flees and Crashes; OxyContin Found in Car (Post)
    • Residents Give 78th Precinct's Failure-to-Yield Sting Good Reviews (PostNews)
    • UWS Precinct Puts Up Posters (Twitter), Blames Pedestrians for "Running Out and Being Struck" (DNA)
    • NYPD's Jaywalking Obsession Gets Attention of the AP: "What New Yorker Hasn't Jaywalked?"
    • NYU Students Install Addition to Crossing Signal That Scolds Against Jaywalking (Gothamist)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez Lays Out Priorities; Committee Set to Override Hit-and-Run Veto Today (Observer)
    • Citi Bike Has Averaged 9,600 Trips Each Day So Far This January, Despite Cold and Snow (NYT)
    • Westchester Lawmaker Fails to Grasp the Irony in Naming TZB After Pete Seeger (NY1, WFUV)
    • Greg David: What de Blasio's Really Fighting for Is Home Rule, for Speed Cams and More (Crain's)
    • Why Did a Flushing McDonald's Become a Flashpoint? Kimmelman: It's About Social Public Space (NYT)
    • BP Oddo: SI Drivers Should Be Able to Use Snow as an Excuse to Drive in Bus Lanes (Advance)

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