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    • The Right of Way Law "Has Been Effective and Saved Lives" (NYT)
    • De Blasio Defends Right of Way Law as S.I. Pols Line Up for Bus, Taxi Exemption (Advance)
    • Prendergast "Confident" Albany Will Fund MTA (Capital, News) But Projects Still Threatened (Post, WNBC)
    • Driver Charged for Drunk Driving After Killing David Craig, 57, on Park Bench (WCBS, News)
    • Martin Celmer, 27, Dies After Driver Struck Him on Metropolitan Ave in W'Burg; No Charges (Bklyn Paper)
    • Second Hit-and-Run Driver Who Ran Over Melwood Hughes, 93, Turns Herself In (DNA, News, WNBC)
    • Corrections Employee Arrested for Drunk Driving After Smashing Two Parked Cars (News)
    • Senate Confirms Prendergast to First Full Term as MTA Chairman and CEO (NYT)
    • Uber and the Post Blast Mayor, Council for Proposing Slowdown in For-Hire Licenses (News, Crain's)
    • 207th Street Is Inwood's Most Dangerous; Schools Push for One-Way Streets in N'Hood (DNA 12)
    • Newark's First Protected Bike Lanes -- Previously Given Up to Parking -- Have Returned (NJBWC)

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