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    • Bratton Retires Today (DNA, AP, Post, Politico); Valedictory NYT Column Doesn't Mention Street Safety
    • Polly Trottenberg Stores Her Car on the Street Just Like Everyone Else (Politico, Post, DNA)
    • Hundreds Join TA to Demand de Blasio Do More to Prevent Traffic Deaths (PIX, AMNY)
    • Paul White Calls on James O'Neill to Take Vision Zero Seriously (News)
    • The Daily News Did a Decent Story on Bike Safety; Tony Avella, Bike Lane Truther (News)
    • Wall Street Journal Examines Citi Bike's Rebalancing Problem
    • Komanoff Takes Down Uber's Wacky L Closure Proposal (Newsweek)
    • Man Trying to Remove Boot From Car Attacks Cops, Is Shot in Midtown (NYT, Post)
    • Crank Who Bullied Brooklyn CB 6 Over Bike-Share Also Upset by Absence of Flag (DNA, Gothamist)
    • NYPD: Recidivist Reckless Driver “Had the Light” When He Ran Over Child (Bklyn Paper, @bikesnobnyc)
    • Motorist Drives Through Front Window of Bank in Flatlands; No Charges (NewsPost)
    • The New Jersey Transit Board Has Stopped Holding Meetings (MTR)

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