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8:02 AM EDT on March 16, 2010

    • TSTC: Christie's NJ Transit-Slashing Plan a Recipe for Disaster (Bergen Record)
    • Even 'Smart Pedals' Can't Solve the Problem of Imperfect Motorists (NYT)
    • Komanoff Tells Chinese Cities How to Leapfrog NYC on Traffic Relief (Dot Earth)
    • Detectives Incensed That NYPD Is Towing Its Own (News)
    • Kings County Hospital Refused to Draw Blood From Killer DWI Cop Andrew Kelly (News)
    • Police Sergeant Pleads Guilty to Driving Drunk, Injuring 68-Year-Old Man (Post)
    • Assembly Member Vivian Cook's LDC Makes Giant Sucking Sound (Gothamist)
    • Let Streetsblog LA's Damien Newton Walk You Thru How to Get a Crosswalk Installed (Good)
    • Will Mayor Boris's Cycling Revolution Live Up to the Hype? (Guardian)
    • The FDR Drive Is Built on the Ashes of London (Bldg Blog)

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