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8:49 AM EDT on April 23, 2014

    • City Council Wants to Hire 1,000 Cops to Reduce Traffic Violence and Improve Police Tactics (Post)
    • The First Public Meeting for Queens' First Select Bus Service Route Is Tonight (NY1)
    • More on the McGuinness Blvd 25 MPH Zone in the Brooklyn Paper
    • NYPD Seeking Suspect in Hit-and-Run Killing of Cyclist Angel Torres (Gothamist)
    • Driver Who Raced Around Manhattan Jailed for Driving Again (Post)
    • Potential MTA-LIRR Union Contract Modeled on TWU Deal (WNYC)
    • News: No More Port Authority Subsidies for Larry Silverstein
    • What's Taking So Long to Fix the India Street Ferry Pier? (News)
    • Good Signs for Smart Growth in Suffolk County Capital Plan (MTR)
    • Vice: "Cars Should Be Safe, Legal, and Rare"
    • Cops on Bikes Prevent #myNYPD Campaign From Totally Backfiring (@HildaBikes)

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