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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Karoll Grzegorczyk, 32, Crossing Fresh Pond Road in Maspeth (News, NY1)
    • Police Search for Driver Who Used Car as Weapon in Bruckner Blvd Hit-and-Run (WCBS, WNBC)
    • Driver Who Called Sikh Man a "Terrorist" and Ran Him Down Last Month Has Been Arrested (Post)
    • Cab Riders United Launches, Focused on Safety, Boro Taxis, Vehicle Improvements (CapNY)
    • SI Pols Call for More Transit, Then Work Against Actual Transit Improvements (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Malliotakis, Astorino Want MTA Funds for S.I.; Call Speed, Red Light Cams "Entrapment" (Advance)
    • SIEDC Relaunches Effort to Study West Shore Light Rail With Plea to Cuomo (Advance, DNA)
    • Jury Awards Brooklyn Man $150,000 for False Arrest After Cops Got Upset About Traffic (News)
    • Queens CB 9 Will Meet Thursday After Complaints About Plaza Replacing Parking (Forum, QChron)
    • TA Designates Sunnyside a Bike-Friendly Business District (Sunnyside Post)
    • Six Months Into Vision Zero, Queens Precincts Are Mixed on Traffic Safety (Make Queens Safer)

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