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    • Misdemeanor Charge for Unlicensed Driver Who Killed Co-Worker in Marine Park (NewsPost)
    • What If NYC Addressed the Everyday Threat of Untrained Drivers Piloting Huge Rental Trucks (DNA 1, 2)
    • NYPD Counter-Terrorism Expert Oblivious to What It's Like to Walk in NYC (Post, AMNY)
    • At Jean Paul Guerrero Presser, Ydanis Again Calls on Albany to Strengthen Hit-and-Run Laws (News, DNA)
    • MTA Expects 200K Riders on 2AS Day One (News); Businesses Elated to Have Sidewalks Back (AMNY, Post)
    • Cuomo Can Be a Huge Help to Straphangers When He Wants to Be (Second Ave Sagas)
    • Related: Someone Send the Governor This AMNY Straphangers Wish List While He's in a Good Mood
    • Port Authority Foots the Bill for Free Q70 Rides to LaGuardia on Thursday and Friday (NY1News)
    • Upper East Siders Say DOT Turn Interventions Are a Good Start, But More Traffic-Calming Needed (DNA)
    • Motorist Severely Injures NYPD Officer Directing Traffic in Lower Manhattan; No Charges (CBS)
    • Crash That Killed 4 Prompts Suffolk County DA to Request State Task Force on Limousine Safety (NYT)

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