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    • TLC's New Cabbie Test: More Questions About Safety, Fewer About Geography (NYT)
    • Will the Vision Zero Reconstruction of Fourth Avenue Include Protected Bike Lanes? (Bklyn Paper)
    • Looking at Transit-Oriented Development Beyond NYC to Make NYC Housing More Affordable (CapNY)
    • Steve Hindy: Right-of-Way Law Should Apply to Everyone, Including Bus Drivers (Crain's)
    • YIMBY Foresees Unintended Consequences of Lower Parking Mandates for Affordable Housing
    • Van Driver Skids and Strikes Traffic Agent in Midtown (DNA)
    • How to Get Charged With Reckless Driving in NYC (Post)
    • Driver Smashes Up Front of Church in Nassau (Post)
    • Prendergast Wants to Deploy Subway Clerks Outside the Booth (News)
    • Weprin vs. Weprin (Post)

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