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    • De Blasio "Hopeful" Albany Will Expand NYC's Automated Enforcement (CapNY)
    • Bronx BP Ruben Diaz Jr. Says It's "Regressive" to Fund Transit With Toll Reform (News)
    • Diaz's Transportation Plan? Funding Ferries to Soundview (Crain's via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • 49th Precinct's Vision Zero Enforcement Target: Those Pesky Cyclists (Bronx Times)
    • Gelinas: Christie's Idea to Break Up Port Authority Doesn't Add Up (Post)
    • SI Driver on Suspended License Charged With DUI After Crashing Into Stairs (Advance)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Officer Charged With DUI, Hit-and-Run, Reckless Driving in East New York (WCBS)
    • "Sadly, There Are Drivers on the Road With No Respect for Human Life or Limb" (Sunnyside Post)
    • With Citi-Branded NYC Bike-Share, It's Hard to Attract Other Naming-Rights Sponsors (FastCo)
    • Levine, Rodriguez Want to Spread Out Citi Bike Density to Bring Expansion Farther Uptown (Spectator)
    • Uber Launches Courier Service by Bike and Foot in Manhattan Below 110th Street (Businessweek)

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