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    • PlaNYC Renamed OneNYC (NYT, Capital 1, 2); City Hall Asks for Utica Ave Subway (Capital)
    • Charlie Rangel Wants to Allow MTA Bus Drivers to Hit People Who Have the Right of Way (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Sidney Ramsarup, 35, Near Her Canarsie Home (Post, News, WCBS, WNBC)
    • NYC's Parking Meter Policies Have Fallen Behind Other U.S. Cities (Crain's)
    • Ydanis Rodriguez Joins Group Seeking Taxi Industry Bailout (Observer)
    • Brooklyn BP Eric Adams Puts Up $1 Million to Build Five Sidewalk Extensions (WCBS)
    • Tri-State Has a Design Suggestion for Fourth Avenue in Brooklyn (MTR)
    • Off-Duty DSNY Worker Charged With Wrong-Way DWI With Drugs, Child in Car (Post, DNA, WCBS)
    • Pedestrian Injured on Victory Boulevard Near Clove Road (Advance)
    • Subway Ridership Crunch Shows Obvious Need for Capital Investment (2nd Ave Sagas)

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