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    • Driver Critically Injures 34-Year-Old Cyclist in North Corona (WCBS)
    • Dromm, Lander Join Advocates Urging City Hall to Tweak, Not Scrap, Plazas (Gotham Gazette)
    • DOT Seeks 400 Drivers for High-Tech Study of Motorist Behavior (News)
    • Port Authority Has Spent $1.75 Million on Lawyers in Probe of NJ Road Funding (Record)
    • Essex Market Street Seat Won't Be Installed This Year (Bowery Boogie)
    • Parking Attendant Smashes Forest Hills Wall, Sending Bricks Raining Down on Pedestrians (DNA, WCBS)
    • Matteo Wants DOT to Install More Left Turn Signals as Street Safety Solution (Advance)
    • NY1 Visits New 3.3-Mile Greenway Along Eastern Edge of Fresh Kills Park
    • 13 Hours, One Swipe: WNYC Sends Reporter on Longest Possible Non-Repeating Subway Ride
    • Reader Letter to Times Newsweekly Dials Rhetoric Against Queens Blvd Bike Lanes Up to 11

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