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8:59 AM EST on December 16, 2015

    • Paul White: DAs Can Use Laws on the Books to Prosecute Driver Recklessness (News)
    • Straphangers: Congestion Is Making Bus Service a Lot Worse (NewsPost, AMNY)
    • With No Help From Albany, Council Transpo Committee Votes to Double Hit-and-Run Fines (Gothamist)
    • Motorist Kills Thomas Violante, 72, on Hylan Boulevard; SI Electeds Still MIA (Advance 1, 2)
    • Levine Eyes Daytime Truck Ban, Congestion Charge for CBD and Downtown Brooklyn (News)
    • Cuomo Gets Involved in Farley Post Office Redevelopment (NYT)
    • Richard Brown Files No Charges Against Driver for the Act of Critically Injuring Urabia Nelson
    • TLC Won't Enforce Its Own Rule Requiring Cabs to Be Crash-Tested (News)
    • Driver Killed in Collision on Van Wyck (News); Off-Duty Cop Exploits Hit-and-Run Loophole (News)
    • When the Weapon Doesn't Have Wheels, Criminality Is Suspected (NYT)

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