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    • Speeding Driver Kills Cyclist in Harlem, Flees on Foot With Two Passengers (News, WCBS, PIX)
    • Blocks Away, the Post Does Its Own Intrepid Reporting on Traffic Violence
    • Council Gives Final OK to Rezoning Near Grand Central, Transit Upgrades (NYT, News, Capital, Crain's)
    • City Fails to Install Promised Bike Lanes on Rockaway Boardwalk, Tells Cyclists to Dismount (DNA)
    • Lower East Side Community Board Asks for Pedestrian Safety Fixes at Intersections (Lo-Down)
    • The Subway Is Now Being Taken Apart by Vandals for Scrap Parts (NYT, Capital, Post)
    • Riders Alliance Travels to Albany to Throw the Book at Governor Cuomo (Capital)
    • Uber and Taxi Drivers Can Agree on One Thing: They're All Annoyed at TLC (Crain's, News 1, 2)
    • The Times Looks at NJ's Broken Status Quo: Higher Transit Fares, Rock-Bottom Gas Tax
    • NYPD Cuts Down West Village Tree "to Free the Truck and Get Traffic Moving Again" (DNA)
    • Stay Classy, TWU -- And Don't Forget to Get Your Facts Straight First (Gothamist)

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