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8:56 AM EDT on May 5, 2014

    • NYT Editors Give Moving First-Person Accounts of Recovering From Traffic Violence Injuries
    • Tajahnae Price, 10, Hit by NYPD Driver in Brownsville; Police: She "Darted Out" (News, WNBC)
    • Driver Kills Woman in Queens Blvd Crosswalk; Police: She Was Crossing Against Light (TL, News)
    • St. Albans Hit-and-Run Driver Flees Police, Kills 9-Year-Old, Arrested for Homicide (News, WABC, Post)
    • MTA Suspends Bus Driver for 20 Days After Rider Catches Him Texting While Driving (Advance, News)
    • Flushing Van Driver Runs Red, Crashes Into MTA Bus, Injuring 10 (News, WABC, WCBS)
    • State Judges Have Taxpayer-Funded Cars and Chauffeurs; "Drivers in [NYC] Are a Necessity" (TU)
    • Daily News Hits It Out of the Park on Why Albany's Speed Cam Bill Is a Drop in the Bucket
    • Shutdown Looms for Hudson Rail Tunnels (CapNY) as Replacements Lie Fallow in NY, NJ (AP)
    • RPA Wants MTA to Speed Up Subway Signal Upgrades, But Next City Isn't Sure NYC Is Up to It
    • Cuomo Parachuting In for TWU Deal Photo Op: "White Knight...In a Souped-Up Muscle Car" (News)

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