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    • Daily News Still Won't Admit That Plazas and Bike Lanes Work
    • Driver of Police Cruiser Seriously Injures Man, 69, Crossing 78th and Broadway (News, Post)
    • Surveillance Video Shows SUV Driver Running Over Crossing Guard on Atlantic Ave Last Week (WPIX)
    • NY-Bound Pulaski Closure Starts Smoothly (AP) But WCBS Still Worried About Carmageddon
    • Unlicensed Wrong-Way DUI Driver Switched Seats With Passenger After Crash, Police Say (News)
    • School Teacher Arrested for DUI on Webster Avenue (News); SI Man Arrested for DUI (Advance)
    • Hit-and-Run Minivan Driver Seriously Injures Woman Crossing Street in East Elmhurst (WABC)
    • MTA Survey Shows Bus-Only Riders Poorer, Older Than Subway Riders (MTR)
    • Maspeth Residents Protest Plan in Congress to Increase Size, Weight of Tractor-Trailer Trucks (Forum)
    • Queens CB 4 Votes to Support Bike Corral on Roosevelt Avenue in Elmhurst (DNA)
    • West Side Neighbors Oppose New Residential Development as Project Nears Finish Line (DNA)
    • NYC's World's Fairs Were the Last Unrestrained "Public Celebrations of Automotive Culture" (NYT)

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