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8:58 AM EST on February 25, 2015

    • Injury Crashes and Tickets Are Down Near Speed Cam Locations (WNYC, WNBC)
    • DA: Unlicensed Driver Who Killed Woman in Elmhurst Crosswalk Thought He Ran Over Ice Block (DNA)
    • Pete Donohue Criminally Exaggerates the Threat to Bus Drivers From Right of Way Law (News)
    • Preliminary Mayor's Management Report Shows Fewer Traffic Deaths, More Enforcement (Capital)
    • De Blasio Testifying in Albany Today; Agenda Includes State Support for MTA (Newsday)
    • If Albany Doesn't Come Up With a Solution, Your Commute Is Going to Get Worse (AP)
    • Livery Driver Stabs Fellow Driver in Bath Beach Road Rage Attack (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bus Stops and Muni Meters Remain Hard to Reach Behind Piles of Snow (Bronx Times)
    • Is Uber a Really Black Car, or a Tech-Savvy Taxi That Exploited a Regulatory Loophole? (C&S)

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