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    • Fulton Center Opens to Shoppers and Commuters (SASNYTABC, APGothamist)
    • Breaking: New York City Motorists Ignore Speed Limit (NYT, PostNews, Gothamist)
    • Looking for Comprehensive 25 MPH Coverage? See the Times Parenting Blog
    • No Charges Filed: Drivers Kill Seniors in East New York and Glen Oaks (News)
    • Man Charged With Murder for Driving Onto Queens Sidewalk, Killing Pedestrian (NYTNews, ABC, CBS)
    • Parents and Public Demand Justice for Allison Liao: FoxCBS, Post, DNA,
    • Group Opposed to UES Waste Station Says Trash Truck Drivers Would Endanger Kids (Post)
    • DOT Harlem River Drive Project Will Reroute Traffic Through Neighborhoods for Three Years (DNA)
    • DOT Details Plan to Rebuild Houston St. FDR Ramps (Boogie); Elevated Chinatown Plaza Revealed (DNA)
    • Jeff Klein Confident IDC Will Remain Relevant in Republican-Controlled State Senate (CapNY)
    • Biking Business Owner Is Skeptical of Vision Zero, Wants Pedestrians Out of Bike Lanes (Crain's)
    • Adam Tang, in Hiding After Reckless Endangerment Conviction: The Legal System Failed Me (NBC)

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