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    • Did NYPD Stop Enforcing Traffic Laws Completely in Your Precinct? (CapNY)
    • 24th Precinct, With Zero Enforcement, Blames 10-Year-Old for Being Hit by Cab Driver (WS Rag)
    • Albany Lawmakers Revive Port Authority Reform Bill After Cuomo's Dead of Night Veto (CapNY)
    • Toothless TLC Rules Have Uber Back to Full Strength, Still Withholding Trip Data (Crain's)
    • Sam Schwartz: MTA May Be Underestimating Budget Gap Vastitude; Also: Road Pricing Now (CityLand)
    • The Bicycle Story Talks With Paul Steely White About Advocacy and Vision Zero
    • NY1's Amanda Farinacci Gives Vision Zero Truther Steve Matteo and Leadfooted Narcissists Top Billing
    • Motorist Who Mounted Cobble Hill Sidewalk and Crashed Into Bar Was Drunk (DNA)
    • Driver Who Left Pedestrian to Die on Morningside Street Charged Only With Leaving Scene (Post, News)
    • Kill a Child With a Car? It's All Good. Steal a Car? Richard Brown Has Your Number (News)

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