Today’s Headlines

  • Full Pricetag for Unwanted Deegan Expansion: $343 Million (MTR)
  • Leandra’s Law Tough on Drunk Drivers. But Sober, Reckless Drivers Still Get a Pass (Gotham Gazette)
  • Some Unnamed City Council Members Want JSK on the Chopping Block (City Hall News)
  • Insurers Know: Hands-Free Devices Don’t Take the Risk Out of Distracted Driving (NYT)
  • GM Still Owes American Taxpayers, Big Time (NYT)
  • Looks Like NYC Parkers Already Enjoy "Grace Periods" Much Longer Than 5 Minutes (News)
  • Pedicab Regs Take Effect; Cops Crack Down Immediately (NYT, News, Post, NY1)
  • Off-Duty Cop Mauls Traffic Agent for Enforcing the Law (Post)
  • Could Coney Island Ferry Service Avoid Going Bust? (Bklyn Paper)
  • Constituents Tell State Sen. Eric Adams: Let’s Get Some Traffic Calming (Hawthorne St.)

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