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8:52 AM EDT on June 15, 2015

    • NYPD and DAs Have Applied the Right of Way Law 31 Times Since August (News)
    • De Blasio: "We're Going to Do More Enforcement" of Right of Way Law (News)
    • Will the High Bridge Reopening Catalyze a New Bronx Waterfront Greenway? (DNA)
    • Two Perspectives on the High Bridge, Generations Apart (WNYC)
    • Meet the Parking-Obsessed NIMBYs of Westchester Square in the Bronx (BxTimes)
    • NYC Food Businesses Are Sprawling Out to New Jersey (NYT)
    • Attn Motorists: Forest Hills Police Will Enforce the Speed Limit From June 22 to 28 (DNA)
    • Florida Driver Flips Car on 47th Street in Hell's Kitchen (Post)
    • Man Driving at High Speed Crashes Into Eastern Queens House and Dies (News)
    • No, You Can't Use a Public Street as a Jalopy Junkyard (QChron)
    • A Long Life and Car Dependence Don't Mix (AP)

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