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    • Bratton Lowballs Jaywalking Tickets, Tells New Yorkers to "Get Over It" (WPIX via WNYC, Cap NY)
    • FRA Report Says Metro-North Emphasized On-Time Performance Over Safety (NYT)
    • DOT Installs Plastic Dividers at Intersection Where Angela Hurtado Killed by Turning Driver (Forum)
    • Funeral Planned for Kumar Ragunath, 64, Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver on Northern Blvd (TL)
    • After Meeting With Housing Advocates and Beeps, Alicia Glen Meets With Developers (Cap NY)
    • Oddo Wants to Launch 311-Like App to Allow Staten Islanders to Report Potholes and More (Advance)
    • Rockaway Beach Branch Rail Reactivation Advocates Continue Push for Rail Service (Forum)
    • NY Mag, Gothamist, Observer, WPIX Cover Bay Ridge Jaywalking Warnings
    • Attorney Steven Sladkus Doesn't Just Sue Over Citi Bike Stations -- He Does Bus Stops, Too (Observer)
    • Does It Take a Crime as Shocking as the SXSW Crash to Prosecute Deadly Drivers? (Streetsblog USA)

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