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    • No Intro 238 Charge for Unlicensed Driver With NC Plates Who Ran Over Senior on UES (Post, News)
    • Related: NYPD Arrests Woman for Standing on Times Square Sidewalk (DNA)
    • Bill de Blasio Continues Tradition of Driving Dante, Now 17, to School (NYT)
    • DOT Brain Drain: Tom Maguire, Leader of SBS Program, Headed to SF (Streetsblog SF)
    • Tri-State: Woodhaven Boulevard Ideal for NYC to Implement "Full-Fledged BRT"
    • DOT Soliciting Input for Bike Routes in Bushwick
    • Upper West Siders Scrounging for Free Parking Don't Get Why Other People Have to Drive in NYC (DNA)
    • Commuter Sues Citi Bike Over Crash, Post Runs With "Unsafe at Any Speed" Angle
    • Gothamist Films Hellish Intersections for Nine Hours, Says Four Drivers Broke the Law
    • The Post Editorial Board Has Had It With One Particular Reckless Driver
    • Ex-NFL Star Donté Stallworth, Who Got Wrist Slap for DWI Killing, Now a HuffPo Reporter (NY Mag)

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