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    • The Q70 Is Now LaGuardia Link SBS (NY1)
    • MTA Testing Second Avenue Subway Tracks (NY1); December Opening Looks Doubtful (DNA)
    • Garbage Truck Traffic Poisoning the Air in Poor Bronx, Brooklyn, and Queens Neighborhoods (News)
    • New Taxi Tech Will Include Fingerprint Scanners to Verify Who's Driving (Verge)
    • City Council Weighs Tour Bus Cap and Other Reforms (AMNY)
    • Schneiderman Charges Off-Duty Cop Who Shot Motorist Delrawn Small With Murder (NYT, DNA)
    • DOT Installs 31st Avenue Bike Lanes Over Objections of Queens CB 1 Concern Trolls (DNA)
    • DOT Could Still Make Improvements to Metropolitan Avenue Crossing Before Someone Dies (DNA)
    • Bronx Times Reporter Patrick Rocchio: Why Didn't East Tremont Road Diet Prevent DWI "Accident"?
    • A Year After Installation, Cyclists Evaluate Disconnected Clove Road Bike Lane (Advance)
    • Motorist Strikes, Injures "at Least Two" People, Including a Child, in Borough Park (Post, DNA)
    • People You Share the Streets With (Post, Post, Advance)

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