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    • More Coverage of Mayor Signing 25 MPH Bill (WNYCDNANewsPostObserverCapNY, WCBS)
    • What Do the New Yorker and Marcia Kramer Have in Common? Sources for Street Safety Stories
    • MTA Hires Its First Chief Safety Officer Away From NTSB (News, Post, LoHud, WSJ, Railway Age)
    • Taxi Driver Injures 75-Year-Old Man at 116th and Frederick Douglass (Spectator)
    • After Progress in Albany, Port Reform Advances in Trenton; Up Next: Christie and Cuomo (CapNY)
    • Lowery Plaza Opens Beneath the 7 Train on Queens Boulevard at 40th Street (DNA)
    • Fulton Transit Hub Will (Finally!) Open November 10 (2nd Ave Sagas, DNA, News, NY1, AMNY)
    • The R Train -- Can't Live With It, Can't Live Without It (Bklyn Paper)
    • Parks Department Charges MTA $520,000 for Removing 16 Trees By Tri-Borough Ramps (Post)
    • Goldfeder Joins Tudor Village Residents to Push DOT for Speed Humps (Forum)
    • Queens CB 1 Rejects Routine Request After Restaurant Owner Fails to Kiss Chair's Ring (Astoria Post)

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