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    • In Line With de Blasio Campaign Promise, TLC Delays Adding More Boro Taxis (NYT, CapNY 1, 2)
    • Joan McDonald, Tom Prendergast Talk About the High Cost of Capital Projects (Gotham Gazette)
    • DNA Offers In-Depth Profile of Rosa Anidjar, Killed Earlier This Month Crossing Queens Blvd
    • DOT Plan Would Widen Median, Add Dividers at Dangerous Astoria Blvd Intersection (Brownstoner)
    • If a Police Chase Ends in a Traffic Crash, Is It Really an Accident? The Advance Thinks So
    • Inside Edition Sting Catches SI Traffic Judge Brian Levine Speeding (Advance)
    • Queens CB 5 Members Want Fresh Pond Road Bridge Repairs to Preserve Rail Corridor (News)
    • Corona Drivers Complain About Tickets for Parking in "Crosswalks to Nowhere" (NY1)
    • Plaza Upgrades Along Queens Boulevard in Sunnyside Set to Go to CB 2 (Queens Gazette)
    • Post Team Coverage: Alec Baldwin Bikes on Sidewalk, Complains About NYPD Enforcement (1, 2)
    • It's Long Past Time to Reclaim More Space for Pedestrians on Eighth Avenue (MTR)
    • Reflections on Bike to Work Day From Albany (Times Union)

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