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8:53 AM EDT on May 29, 2014

    • City Council to Vote on Slate of Traffic Safety Bills Today (Post, WNYC)
    • Espaillat and Levine Call for Extending 125th Street Select Bus Service to West Harlem (News)
    • Make Queens Safer Says NYPD's Geocoded Crash Data Undercounts Injuries and Fatalities
    • Ben Kallos Bill Would Require NYPD to Map Traffic Summonses (AMNY)
    • No Charges for Parks Department Driver Who Ran Over Child, and No Explanation for Crash (DNA)
    • Teen Who Killed Ariel Russo Bragged About Speeding, Manhattan Prosecutors Tell Judge (NYT, News)
    • Brooklyn CB 15 Rejects Half-Baked NYS DOT Ocean Parkway Safety Proposal (Sheepshead Bites)
    • Con Ed and Parks Department Duck Responsibility for Incomplete East River Esplanade Work (DNA)
    • Brooklyn Homicide Detective Arrested for Driving Drunk (News)
    • City Has Allowed Trucking Company to Operate on College Point Residential Block for 24 Years (TL)
    • Sam Schwartz Pitches Toll Reform to Downtown Express Readers

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