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9:01 AM EST on February 15, 2012

    • In Nine Prominent Cyclist Deaths, Police Don't Charge Drivers (Thirteen)
    • Transportation Nation Previews Today's City Council Hearing on NYPD Traffic Enforcement
    • Wagner College Comes Together to Remember Slain Cyclist R.J. Tillman (Advance)
    • Jeanniot Jean, 71, Killed By Two Drivers While Crossing Flatbush to Meet Girlfriend (News)
    • State Senate Restores Transit Tax Benefit Cut By Feds (Transpo Nation)
    • Fort Greene Plaza Opponents Don't Want to Drive an Extra Block (Bklyn Paper)
    • Owner of Soon-to-Open Grocery Joins Merchants Against Jackson Heights Plaza (News)
    • Upper East Side CB Worried Met Renovations Would Let People "Hang Out" There (DNAinfo)
    • Things Get Heated Between Joe Lhota and Bill Perkins Over Subway Rats (NYT)
    • Port Authority Bus Companies Sue DOT For Giving Megabus Free Curbside Space (DNAinfo)
    • Tappan Zee Stakeholders Furious About Being Shut Out of Planning (Record)

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