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    • Bicycling in NYC -- A Piecemeal Bike Network, Overseen By a Police Force That Doesn't Care (Slate)
    • More on the MTA's New Trains and Stations (2AS, Politico, NYTAMNY, PostMTRDNA, NY1)
    • To Combat Fatigue, TLC Votes to Cap Daily For-Hire Driving at 12 Hours (NYT, News)
    • Survivor Recounts the Terrifying Moments Before Speeding Driver Killed His Wife (News)
    • Driver Who Killed Cyclist Sean Ryan Had BAC Twice the Legal Limit, 4 Passengers in Car (News)
    • Unreal: The Post Serves Up Excuses for the Drunk Off-Duty Cop Who Killed Andrew Esquivel
    • Drunk Staten Island Man Crashes Minivan Into Pole, Injuring Four Child Passengers (Advance)
    • Jessica Lappin Hopes This Summer's Shared Streets Day Marks the Start of Something Bigger (DNA)
    • There's a New Midblock Crossing on Clinton Street Between Grand and East Broadway (DNA)
    • Bronx CB 11 Insists on Keeping a Strip of Asphalt for Cars on the Pelham Parkway Malls (BxTimes)

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