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9:00 AM EST on March 5, 2012

    • Bill Keller Puts Transit on the 2013 Agenda, Congestion Pricing on Cuomo's Plate (NYT)
    • A Powerful Look at a Day in the Life of a Delivery Cyclist (NYT)
    • Journal News: State Must Listen to Public, Improve Tappan Zee Transit
    • Newsday: "The Time to Build Transit Fully Into a New Tappan Zee Is Now"
    • Education Advocate Calls For Safer Walking, More Buses to School (News)
    • Driver Turning Across Second Avenue Bike Lane Critically Injures Cyclist (DNAinfo)
    • Vance Charges Driver With Homicide for Passenger's Death in Henry Hudson Crash (DNAinfo)
    • Bronx Prosecutor Pleads Guilty to DWI, Avoids Jail (Post)
    • Atlantic Terminal's Sidewalk-Stealing Bollards to Be Downsized This Year (Bklyn Paper)
    • Manhattan Can Hold a Lot More People, Especially With Better Infrastructure (NYT)

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