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    • More Coverage of the Vehicular Killing of 3-Year-Old Mariam Dansoko (News, Post)
    • Teen Driving Stolen SUV Crashes Onto Brooklyn Sidewalk, Injuring 2 Women With Strollers (NewsPost)
    • Street Safety Advocates Remember Michael Ameri (DNA)
    • AMNY: Go Ahead and Build the Queens Boulevard Bike Lane in Elmhurst
    • MoveNY-esque Tolls Are on the New York Building Congress's Policy Wish List (Crain's)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Joie Sellers Sentenced to 5-15 Years (News, Post, NY1)
    • The Share of New York Workers Who Commute Without Driving Rose to 71 Percent By 2014 (MTR)
    • If You Believe Page Six, Sergeants Union Boss Ed Mullins Could Be Next Police Commissioner (Post)
    • Is Planning Chief Carl Weisbrod on the Way Out? (Crain's)
    • Signalized Crossing Coming to Columbia Street Intersection By Brooklyn Waterfront (DNA)

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