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8:59 AM EDT on April 8, 2011

    • Think the Third Term, Cathie Black Backlash Has Rubbed Off on DOT and Livable Streets? (NYT, WSJ)
    • Cuomo Institutes Parking Placard Reforms for State Officials (NYTTranspo Nation)
    • Sandi Vega Explains How Complete Streets Could Have Saved Her Daughter's Life (MTR)
    • Peter Vallone and Christine Quinn Ax FDNY Crash Fee Proposal (WSJ)
    • Chelsea Cops Promise to Crank Up Bike Blitz as Weather Improves (Chelsea Now)
    • Grace Meng Introduces Transit Riders' Bill of Rights In Assembly (Queens Trib)
    • Downtown Express Reports on the Overheated Politics of Pop-Up Cafés
    • Parking Space Punch Victim Regains Consciousness After Two Months (Post)
    • Four EV Charging Stations and Electric Car-Sharing Are Coming to LES Co-op (Villager)
    • Rutgers-Newark Responds to Parking Problem By Encouraging Cycling (Star-Ledger)
    • Next Up for Upstate Pedestrians: Body Armor (Buffalo News)

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