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9:00 AM EDT on March 14, 2011

    • NIMBYs Triumph Over Bus Riders: No Separated Busway for 34th Street (NYT, News, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Weiner Won't Take a Stand on Livable Streets; De Blasio, Liu Mouth NBBL Talking Points (Post)
    • Liberal Values Go Out the Window When Green Projects Irritate Privileged People (NYT)
    • Casino Tour Bus Crash on Bronx Highway Claims 14 Lives (News, NYT)
    • John Petro: To Create Jobs, Cuomo Must Invest in Transit (News)
    • Exactly What NYC Streets Need: A Fresh Direct Competitor (NYT)
    • Sean Sweeney and the Post Have Nothing But Contempt for Soho Pedestrians and Restaurants
    • Donohue: NYPD Should Spend More Resources Catching Bus Fare Beaters (News)
    • The NYPD Bike Crackdown Seems to Be Expanding (Gothamist)
    • Bloomberg Unveils Long-Term Waterfront Plan Today (NYT, News)
    • From the Kruger Wiretap: Forest City Ratner "Didn't Mind F--king" the Carlton Ave. Bridge (DDDB)

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