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Today’s Headlines

9:13 AM EST on February 17, 2011

    • Quinn, Vacca Tout Traffic Data Bills, Get Mealymouthed Over Bike Lanes (Gazette, Politicker, News)
    • Chuck's Choice: WPIX Casts Schumer PPW Opposition as Bid to Save Marriage
    • Russell Smith, 11, Killed by Driver on Grand Concourse; No Charges Filed (Post, News, NY1)
    • TA, Sister of 2005 Victim Join Call to Tame Bronx's Own "Boulevard of Death" (News)
    • City Adds Shifts to Fill Potholes (News), Launches Repair Tumblog
    • Who Knew? Ratner Exec Says East River Plaza Has Too Much Parking (DNAinfo)
    • Developers Want to Bring Foot Traffic to Hudson Square With Apartment Tower (Crain's)
    • DOT Plans New Pedestrian Space for Jane Street Triangle (Village Confidential)
    • Owners, Tenants of UES Building Sue Over Location of 2nd Ave Subway Entrances (NY1)
    • New Yorkers Could Really Use More Sidewalk Space (2nd Ave Sagas)

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