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    • Family of Anna Maria Moström Sues Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation for Crash Info (Post)
    • Chin Calls for DOT Study of Truck Traffic, Right of Way Charges in Fatal Crashes (Bowery Boogie)
    • Trottenberg Talks Speed Limits, Says She's "Surprised" By DMV Action in Liao Case (WNYC 12)
    • $2.75 Per Swipe? MTA Considering Options for Planned 2015 Fare Hike (WSJ, News, Post)
    • Council Member Mark Treyger's Vision Zero Solution: Ban Texting While Bicycling (News, Post)
    • Rockaway Beach Rail Boosters Release Survey Showing Support, Tout TWU Backing (News)
    • Two Staten Island DWI Cases: One Driver Charged, Another Pleads Guilty (Advance 1, 2)
    • DEP to Increase Number of Bioswales Nine-Fold to More Than 2,200 (Gothamist)
    • Post Calls for Senate Republicans to Take on Cuomo Over TZB Financing Plan
    • Gothamist Tears Apart One of the Post's Dumbest Pro-Speeding Articles Yet
    • Gentile Honors Disabled Vets by Proposing They Drive Solo in HOV Lanes (News, WCBS, Observer)

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