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9:15 AM EDT on April 19, 2011

    • Building a Better Bus Terminal Might Be the Most Important Transit Project in the NYC Region (WSJ)
    • NYPD Union Delegates, Highway Patrol Implicated in Ticket-Fixing Scandal (NYT, Post)
    • Bloomberg: Ticket-Fixing Couldn't Happen Today (DNAinfo, NY1)
    • Van Driver Critically Injures Woman in Sunset Park; NYPD: "No Criminality" (Post)
    • Gotham Gazette Checks in on PlaNYC's Progress
    • Conservatives and Libertarians Call Out O'Toole, Side With Shoup in Parking Debate (Cato Unbound)
    • As West Side Booms, 34th Street's Crowded Sidewalks and Pokey Buses Must Evolve (MTR)
    • Can Every Community Get Their MTA Bus Service Restored By Gathering Enough Signatures? (DNAinfo)
    • Times Square: So Crowded, No One Goes There Anymore (Metro)
    • Bike Lane Blocking Pics, Tax Day Edition (Gothamist)

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