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    • Rory Lancman Explains Why He Wants to Hinder NYPD Crash Investigations
    • LICH Developers Try to Appease Apoplectic Cobble Hill Locals With Parking (Bklyn Paper, DNA)
    • Cyclists Say More People Would Bike the Bronx If Streets Were Safer (City Limits)
    • WNYC Explains Why It Will Be Years Before MTA Implements Positive Train Control
    • Lancman: Toll Reform a Bad Idea Because Drivers Have Different Incomes (QChron via SB)
    • NJ Transit Moves Seating Away From Penn Station Waiting Area, Baffling Commuters (Voice)
    • Evgeny Friedman, Who Wanted City Bailout, Avoids Foreclosure on Taxi Medallions (Post)
    • Cab Drivers Collide, Overturn Taxi Near LaGuardia; Three Injured (News)
    • Amazon Is Using the Subway and Bikes for Manhattan Deliveries (Gizmodo, Consumerist)
    • Daily News Editorial Board Says What All New Yorkers Are Thinking

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