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    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills David Pajarito-Mendez, 38, in Morrisania (News)
    • The MTA Is Running Test Trains on the Second Avenue Subway (2nd Ave Sagas, AMNY, NY1, PostDNA)
    • De Blasio Should Recognize That Cyclists' Safety Is More Important Than Car Drop-Offs (City Limits)
    • Brooklyn Spoke: Bike a Mile in Our Shoes, Mr. Mayor
    • Ferreras: Corona Counting on City Hall to Make 111th Street Safe for Walking and Biking (QChron)
    • TWU Wants Stringer to Challenge de Blasio; Daily News Bungles Description of Right of Way Law
    • Ben Kallos Signs Onto Petition to Slow Down M15 Select Bus Service With a 72nd Street Stop (DNA)
    • The Advance Looks Up Staten Island's Best- and Worst-Performing Buses on the Bus Turnaround Site
    • Influential Pols Reportedly Want Cuomo to Name Tish James Brooklyn DA (Kings County Politics, Post)
    • Crain's: "Traffic Will Keep Getting Slower Until Congestion Pricing Is Introduced"

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