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    • Within Hours, Two People Trying to Cross Hylan Blvd Killed in Separate Crashes (Advance, News, WCBS)
    • In Wired, Hsi-Pei Liao Says We Need to Take Traffic Violence Seriously
    • De Blasio, Labor Allies Blast TWU for Doing Cuomo's Bidding on MTA Funding (AMNYNewsObserver)
    • More Coverage of Ydanis Rodriguez's Transportation Agenda (Politico, News, Post, AMNY)
    • Toll Reform? Good Luck in Albany, de Blasio Tells Rodriguez (Politico, Observer, WCBS)
    • The U.S. Supreme Court Isn't Going to Help Up the Ante for Toll Reform (Advance)
    • Police Car Chase After Bronx Shooting Leads to Injured Bystanders (News, DNA, WPIX, WNBC)
    • Suffolk County Lawmakers Go After Red Light Cameras (WCBS)
    • The Post Writes Two Stories About Emergency Response Times Without Blaming Bike Lanes
    • Great Long Read From Adam Sternbergh About Times Square's Past and Present (NY Mag)

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