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8:02 AM EDT on March 18, 2010

    • Megan Charlop, 57, Killed While Riding Her Bicycle on Crotona Ave (BNN, Yeshiva World, Post)
    • Students Meet With Walder on Discount Fares, Will Focus on City and State Next (News, NY1, SAS)
    • Planning Commission OKs 500-Parking-Space Development for Williamsburg Waterfront (Bklyn Eagle)
    • DOT Moves to Separate Bikes and Peds on Willy B (Bklyn Paper)
    • Bus Fare Beaters Cost MTA $8 Million Per Year (News)
    • Someone Please Turn These Pranksters Loose on Sheldon Silver and the State Legislature (AMNY)
    • Vulnerable User Bill Clears Committee in CT State Legislature (MTR)
    • Jeep Driver Plows Into Washington Square Arch (Villager)
    • Komanoff: Add $15 Congestion Charge Per FreshDirect Delivery (Rudin Center)
    • NYPD Finally Wants the Public to Know About a Traffic Collision (Newsday, AMNY)

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