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9:07 AM EST on February 23, 2012

    • MTA Bus Driver Kills Pedestrian at Notoriously Dangerous Flushing Intersection (Post)
    • MTA Bus Driver Kills Pedestrian at 125th Street and St. Nicholas (DNA)
    • Michael Grimm: House GOP Leadership Should "Go Back to Drawing Board" on Transpo Bill (NY1)
    • Cuomo Gets to Work Greenwashing the Transit-Free Tappan Zee (NYT)
    • DOT Study: Improving Safety Is Imperative on Houston and Delancey (DNA)
    • Carlton Ave Group, Tish James Want Developer to Build an Uglier, Traffic-Spewing Project (Bklyn Paper)
    • How Much Are Reserved Curbside Parking Spaces in Front of Your Home Really Worth? (Bklyn Daily)
    • Re-Opened Subway Entrance Spares Riders From Crossing Hellish 4th Ave Traffic (News)
    • TLC Searching for a New Tow Pound to Handle Illegal Livery Cabs (Post)
    • Dr. Seuss Must Be Rolling in His Grave (Streetfilms)

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