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9:01 AM EST on February 18, 2011

    • Staten Island Hit-And-Run Killer Pleads Guilty, Faces Up to 7 Years in Prison (News)
    • UWS Police Promise Discretion in Bike Ticket Blitz, But Defend Operation as Pro-Ped Safety (DNAinfo)
    • Great Interview With Nancy Gruskin on Crash Data, Bike Lanes, and Enforcement (Gothamist)
    • Why the MTA Board Is Such a Good Punching Bag -- One Picture Says It All (MTR)
    • Queens Chron Reports From Last Week's Jackson Heights Transpo Workshop
    • Gateless E-Z-Pass Lanes on Henry Hudson Cut Tollbooth Wait Time in Half (Post)
    • Chelsea Subway Stations Will Be First With Cell, WiFi Signal (DNAinfo)
    • Hunter's Point South Developer Promises "a Keen Eye Toward Environmental Impact" (Queens Chron)
    • Constant Elevator Breakdowns One More Sign of Subway System's Need for Repairs (News)
    • Pedicab Industry Seeks Regulation to Clarify Parking Rules (And Block Competition) (DNAinfo)
    • Long Island Real Estate Barons Will Get LEED Certification for Headquarters Off Highway Exit (WSJ)
    • More Public Testimony About Cops and Street Safety From the D.C. City Council Chambers (GGW)

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