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    • MTA Could Spend $20 Million on New Service, Cleanliness Programs (News via 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • After Waffling, TLC Commits to Issuing 6,000 Boro Taxi Licenses This Summer (CapNY, News)
    • DWI Driver Who Killed MTA Bus Driver "Too Drunk to Know What He Was Doing" (News)
    • Citi Bike Workers Organize to Join TWU Local 100 (News)
    • Car Wash Employee Hits Gas Instead of Brake, Running Over Woman in the Bronx (Post)
    • Truck Overturns on 45th Street in Hell's Kitchen; No Injuries Reported (WNBC)
    • PS 41 Principal Leads Push to Expand West Village Slow Zone (Villager)
    • NYC Isn't the Only Municipality Looking for More Control Over Speed Limits From Albany (MTR)
    • TLC Gives 30-Day Suspension for Wearing a Swastika, Same as Severing a Pedestrian's Legs (Post)
    • 50 New Bike Racks Coming to Red Hook Waterfront This Summer (DNA)
    • NYC's First Traffic Lights Were Installed in 1920 on Towers in the Middle of Fifth Avenue (NYT)

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