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8:53 AM EST on January 13, 2015

    • Speeding at 19 Schools Dropped 59% in 3 Months After Installation of Enforcement Cams (News)
    • More Coverage of Families For Safe Streets' Appeal to DAs (Gothamist, WNYCNews)
    • NYPD Slowdown Over? Parking Enforcement Still Way Off Last Year's Pace (NYT)
    • To Improve Safety, DOT Will Eliminate the Risk of Cars on Waverly Place Block (DNA)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Guler Ugur-Yaacobi Says He Was Passing Another Car on the Right (WSR)
    • Latest Defense Tactic for Reckless Driving: "It Wasn't Me" (News, Post)
    • Judge Rules Federal Agent Not Responsible for Striking and Killing Aileen McKay-Dalton (Bklyn Paper)
    • David Greenfield: Uber "Is Quashing the American Dream" (CapNY)
    • NY1 Gets a Tour of 7 Train Signal and Track Work
    • Okay, But Will This Guy's Tickets Hold Up at DMV? (Post, NY1)
    • Nicole Gelinas Remembers When Charlie Hebdo's Cabu Stuck Up for Velib (City Journal)

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