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    • Not So Fast: DOT Says It's Starting Pulaski Work Soon, But Won't Finish This Year (Bklyn Paper)
    • More Coverage of DOT's Complete Speed Cam Rollout (DNA, PIX, WCBS, Post, Advance)
    • United CEO Resigns Amid Federal Probe of Port Authority (WSJ, News, NPR, Bloomberg, NYT 1, 2)
    • Ray Kelly Has More Sensible Things to Say About Times Square Than Bill Bratton (Observer)
    • SUV Driver Injures Cyclist on Riverside Drive at 96th Street (West Side Rag)
    • College Point Tractor-Trailer Driver Suffers Heart Attack, Smashes Cars and Jumps Curb (Post)
    • Taxi Kingpin Gene Friedman Is Way Behind on His Taxes to the MTA (Post)
    • The Repairs to Marty Markowitz's Former Parking Lot Are Almost Complete (Brownstoner)
    • NY1 Looks at the 7 Train Extension's Impact on Far West Side Real Estate
    • Is the LowLine a Park, an Underground Atrium, a Canny Real Estate Deal, or All Three? (The Awl)
    • Recycle-A-Bicycle and Get Women Cycling Partner on Female-Focused Workshops in LIC (DNA)

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