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    • Witnesses: Cop Who Injured UWS Pedestrian Didn't Have Sirens On, Despite NYPD Claim (Gothamist)
    • WNYCAtlantic Cities Cover New Bixi Owner; Alta Developing Its Own "Line of Equipment and Software"
    • Tri-State's Wish List for de Blasio (MTR)
    • 78th Precinct Launches Crackdown on Dollar Vans (Bklyn Paper)
    • TLC Launches Request for Information on New Taxi Safety Technology (Post)
    • As Cy Vance Begins Port WTC Probe, One of Authority's Commissioners Resigns (WSJ)
    • MTA Plans New Bus Routes: West Side Local, Staten Island Rush Hour Express (News)
    • Driver Arrested for DUI, Vehicular Manslaughter After Fatal Belt Parkway Crash (News, NY1, WCBS)
    • What Carmageddon? NJ Survives First Rush Hour Without NY-Bound Pulaski (WNYC, Post, News)
    • Hunts Point Kindergartners Win Ped Safety Poster Contest, Will Have Poster on Street (Bronx Times)
    • Attn NYPD: Plainclothes Houston Police Officers Ride Bikes to Ticket Dangerous Drivers (FastCo)

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