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    • Horrible Traffic Death Toll Over the Weekend (NewsNYT, Post, DNA)
    • Leave It to CBS2 to Find a Source Who Blames Hit-and-Run Carnage on the Damned Bike Lanes
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Off-Duty NYPD Officer in Jersey (NewsFox5)
    • NBBL Wars: The Farce Awakens (Gothamist)
    • A Rosy Spin on What DC's Streetcar Tribulations Mean for NYC (NYT)
    • Hard to Hold Cuomo Accountable for the MTA When Most New Yorkers Don't Know He Runs It (NY1)
    • 51 Percent of New Yorkers Don't Feel Safe on the Subway at Night (Politico)
    • If You Want to Kick Up a Fuss About the Times Square Plazas, the Daily News Is Your Platform
    • News Lays Into Port Authority and Calatrava for $4.4 Billion PATH Station
    • Same Guys Who Try to Stop All Multi-Modal Projects in Harlem Line Up Against Citi Bike (News)
    • Metered Parking Coming to Fulton Street in Clinton Hill (DNA)

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