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8:00 AM EDT on March 15, 2010

    • Yellow Bus Honcho Makes Dept of Ed an Offer They Can't Refuse (Post)
    • Cabbies and Customers in an Uproar Over Excess Charging Scandal (NYT, News, NY1)
    • Livable Streets Mensch David Yassky Tapped to Head TLC (NY1)
    • Hit-and-Run SUV Driver Kills Man in Brighton Beach (News, Post)
    • TWU Petitions City -- Not Albany -- To Increase Funding for Student MetroCards (News)
    • Congestion Pricing Foe Jeff Dinowitz to MTA: You Gotta Find Some Cash (R'dale Press)
    • DMI's John Petro Lays Out What Went Wrong With Ratner's Arena Project (HuffPo)
    • NYC Rolling Out Full-Scale Brooklyn Greenway Plan? (Post)
    • Feds May Require Black Box to Record Crash Data in All Cars (NYT)
    • How Will East Side Bus Lanes Co-exist With Second Ave Subway Construction? (SAS)
    • Replacing Central Park Horses With Fake Vintage Cars: The Idea's Not Dead Yet (City Room)

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