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9:22 AM EST on March 2, 2011

    • City Not Liable for Traffic Cop Who Waved Bus Through Red Light and Into Pedestrian (Post)
    • State DOT Interested in Public-Private Partnerships, Especially For Tappan Zee (Times-Union)
    • Community-Designed Plan for Prospect Heights Intersection Wins Support from CB, DOT (The Local)
    • Gridlock Sam: Protected Bike Lanes Ease Congestion and Increase Mobility (InTransition Mag)
    • On Bike Policy, LA City Council Is Way Ahead of NYC Council Members (Streetsblog LA)
    • DenDekker Following Up Bike Licensing Bill With ID and Insurance Mandates (Village Voice)
    • Observer Editorial Board: 34th Street Is Literally Perfect Just As It Is
    • Sunset Park Fights to Enhance Mixed-Use Nature of Neighborhood (News)
    • New Cars Add Comfort, Restore Service to Metro-North's New Haven Line (NYTTranspo Nation)
    • Subway Information System Made Obsolete By Long Delays, Surveillance Demands (News)
    • Gas Costs Over $4 Per Gallon at Bronx Stations, Some of Highest Prices In Country (News)

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