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    • 40-Year-Old Bicyclist Killed by Driver on Roosevelt Avenue Near Citi Field (Post, DNA, WCBS)
    • More Coverage of Families for Safe Streets Press Conference (News, WCBS, NY1, AMNY, Metro)
    • State Appeals Court Reverses Lower Court, Rules Taxi of Tomorrow Is Legal (NYT, WSJ, Bloomberg)
    • De Blasio Has Had a Warmer-Than-Expected Embrace of Boro Taxis (AMNY); the Post Approves
    • Driver Faces Unknown Charges After Seriously Injuring Pedestrian in St. George (Advance)
    • MTA Eyes New Staircases, Passageways at Grand Central Subway in Midtown East Rezoning (Crain's)
    • Rohit Aggarwala Has a Prescription for How to Fix the Port Authority (Bloomberg View)
    • Sandy Delays Hit Rollout of MTA Security Plan (Post, AMNY)
    • MMV Staffer Ede Fox to Head New City Council Development Negotiation Office (WSJ, CapNY)
    • DOT Releases Report Showing the 20 Most Dangerous Intersections for Pedestrians (CapNY)
    • After Media Coverage, NYPD Reports Prospect Park Trip-Wire Case as a Crime (Bklyn Brief)

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