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8:56 AM EST on January 30, 2014

    • 78th Precinct's Traffic Enforcement Priorities Could Serve as Model for Other Precincts (CapNY)
    • Driver Critically Injures Landal Hoilette, 70, on 11th Avenue; News, Post Emphasize Jaywalking
    • Gothamist, Post, Bronx Times Have More on Man Busted for Drugs After Failing to Yield to Pedestrian
    • Mark Your Calendars: Levin Hosting Meeting on Enforcement of Boerum Hill Slow Zone (Bklyn Paper)
    • More Coverage of Transpo Committee's NYPD Hit-and-Run Data Veto Override From AMNY, Observer
    • MTA Plans Co-Op City Bus Upgrades After 2010 Service Cuts, Complaints From Residents (News)
    • East Side Access Shake-Up Indicator of MTA's Capital Construction Woes (WSJ, 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • At News Event Honoring Transit Workers, de Blasio Calls MTA "Eighth Wonder of the World" (Observer)
    • Despite Service Problems, 2013 Was a Strong Year for MNR and LIRR Ridership (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Observer Looks at the Political Rise of New Land Use Committee Chair David Greenfield
    • In Albany, BusPlus BRT Has Boosted Ridership; Expansions Already on the Way (CapNY)

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