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    • Daily News Doubts That Slower Speed Limits Will Save Lives
    • Cuomo Won't Say If Bank Settlement Billions Will Be Used for Tappan Zee (CapNY)
    • Driver Charged With DWAI in Times Square Double-Decker Collision; 15 Injured (ABC, NYT)
    • De Blasio and Bratton Demur on NYPD Body Cameras (CapNY)
    • Family Collects Evidence After NYPD Fails to Investigate Intentional Queens Hit-and-Run (Gothamist)
    • 13th Precinct Patrol Car Was Parked in the Second Avenue Bike Lane for Days (@FedExLane)
    • Unlicensed Driver Kills 62-Year-Old Pedestrian on Belt Parkway (News)
    • New York State DOT Keeps Its NACTO Guide on the Shelf and LI Cyclists in the Margins (TSTC)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez: Upper Manhattan Sidewalks Lousy With Illegal Clothing Drop-Off Bins (DNA)
    • Hamptons Moguls Clamor to Associate Themselves With Motorist Litter (Post)
    • All That's Missing From the Moreland Commission Story Is a Big Traffic Jam (CapTon)

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