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    • Update: Through July, Almost All Precincts Have Stepped Up Dangerous Driving Tickets (WNYC)
    • Thruway's Madison: Without TZB Loan, Clean Water Funds Would've Gone Unused (LoHud)
    • Meanwhile, There's a Tappan Zee-Sized Hole in the State's Funding for Clean Water Projects (MTR)
    • SI Hit-and-Run Driver Sentenced to 4 to 14 Years for Killing Another Motorist (Advance)
    • SI Driver Sentenced to 4 to 15 Years for DWI Crash That Killed Vehicle Passenger (Advance)
    • Maybe It's Time to Treat Citi Bike Like the Transit System It Really Is (Observer)
    • Garodnick the Only Vote Against Unorthodox School Bus Driver Raises (WNYC, News, NY1, Crain's)
    • De Blasio Appoints Administration's Finance Commissioner to TLC Board (CapNY)
    • Rockaway Residents Continue to Rally for Restoration of Ferry Service Past October (WCBS)
    • Even NYPD Officers Have a Tough Time Getting a Citi Bike to Stay in Its Dock (Gothamist)
    • Damn Bike Lanes in St. George (Advance), on Amsterdam Avenue (DNA), and the QBB (News, DNA)

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