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8:57 AM EST on February 5, 2014

    • Village Voice Cover Story Explores Why Deadly Drivers Rarely Face Consequences in NYC
    • Port Authority Includes $1.5 Billion in Capital Plan to Extend PATH to Newark Airport (RecordWSJ)
    • Man Critically Injured in Crosswalk by Driver in LeFrak City; NYPD: "No Criminality," No Summons (DNA)
    • Woman Injured by Taxi Driver in Midtown; the Post Is Focused on If She Was Jaywalking or Distracted
    • Livery Cab Driver Smashes Into MTA Bus in Downtown Brooklyn, Sending Two to Hospital (Bklyn Paper)
    • Jackson Heights Pedestrian Killed by Bus Driver Identified as Martha Tibillin-Guamug, 25 (TL)
    • Queens Residents Say City Isn't Clearing Snow Off Its Sidewalks Near Long Island Expressway (News)
    • Albany's Cap on Red Light Cameras Up for Reauthorization Again This Year (Epoch Times)
    • More Coverage of Hunter College Bike Study from Atlantic CitiesGothamist
    • WABC Reporter on Long Island Gets Buzzed on Air by Aggressive, Honking Driver (HuffPo)
    • Spot Citi Bike Parts in Costa Rica or Namibia? Here's Why (Citi Bike Blog)

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