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    • De Blasio Budget Has $250 Million for Street Reconstruction (AP)
    • Sidewalk Driver Who Killed 9-Year-Old Pleads Guilty, Avoids Prison, Loses License for 5 Years (News)
    • Unlicensed Driver Who Killed 4-Year-Old Must Choose Either 9 Years in Jail or a Trial (Post, News)
    • More Coverage of Tri-State's Dangerous Roads Report From News, Newsday, News 12, WCBS, AMNY
    • Bus Drivers Comprise a Quarter of the 22 Right-of-Way Charges NYPD Has Filed Since August (DNA)
    • Lawmakers, Contractors Want Settlement Cash for Roads, Bridges; Cuomo Calls It "Pork" (TU, Capital)
    • Instead, State Will Issue Its First General Obligation Bonds in Two Years to Fund Roads (Bloomberg)
    • Sorry John Oliver, the Tappan Zee May Be Old But It Isn't Going to Fall Down Any Day Now (LoHud)
    • DOT Looks at Changing Truck Routes Near Greenwood Cemetery (South Slope News)
    • Bayside Community Board Opposes Parking Lot Proposed for Small Patch of Woods (Queens Courier)
    • Citi Bike Rebalanced 28 Percent More Bikes This January Than It Did Last Year (bikeshareNYC)

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