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    • Cabbie Who Killed Cooper Stock Gets $580 Slap on the Wrist (Post)
    • Daily News Argues for Tougher Reckless Driver Penalties, Yet Remains Against the Right-of-Way Law
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Glauber Family Sentenced to 25 to Life (News, Post, Bklyn Paper, WPIX)
    • Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway to Link Sunset Park and Red Hook Beneath Gowanus Expwy (Gothamist)
    • Cyclist Critically Injured in Crash With MTA Bus Near W'Burg Bridge in Bklyn (Post, DNA, Gothamist)
    • NYC Texting-While-Driving Tickets Rose 50 Percent Last Year (News, Post, TU, Gannett)
    • TA Launches Effort to Get DOT to Calm Traffic on Meeker Avenue Beneath BQE (Bklyn Paper)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez, Inez Barron Want CUNY to Pay for Student MetroCards (AMNY)
    • Son of Right-of-Way Law Opponent Daneek Miller Arrested in Road Rage Incident (News)
    • Citi Bike Begins Overnight Station Upgrades, Can Now Send Users Personalized Alerts (Capital)
    • Council Boosts Tech Engagement -- Tweet Your Questions During Hearings (News, Gotham Gazette)

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