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9:25 AM EST on March 11, 2011

    • PPW Bike Lane Supporters Far Outnumber Detractors at CB 6 Hearing (NYT, Patch, NY1, Bklyn Paper)
    • Brooklyn Spoke Has the Most Dedicated and Detailed Recap
    • The Post Is Incapable of Printing a Word About PPW That Doesn't Come From Opponents
    • John Cassidy Gets in Some Final Words for the "Cycling Flash Mob" (New Yorker)
    • Felix Salmon Punctures Cassidy's Arguments One More Time
    • While Transit Riders Endured Historic Service Cuts, Kruger Rolled in a Bentley Bought With Bribes (NYT)
    • Manhattan's Liz Krueger Will Take Over as Ranking Member of Senate Finance Committee (Gotham Gaz)
    • Rail Commuter Files Class Action Suit Against LIRR Over Christmas Blizzard Response (CBS2)
    • Big Box Target Will Build in Subway-Free DC Nabe Without Adding Parking (City Paper)
    • Council Member Steve Levin's Brief Car-Free Period Has Come to a Close (Bklyn Paper)

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