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8:58 AM EDT on March 19, 2012

    • Remembering Slain Cyclists, New Yorkers Call for Slower Traffic (WSJ)
    • Bay Ridge Community Board Nixes Road Diet for Second Time (Bklyn Paper)
    • State Issues Tappan Zee RFP Before Public Comment Period Ends (LoHud)
    • The Times Gives a Platform to Merchants Who Want Jackson Heights Plaza to Fail
    • De Blasio and Markowitz Join Push to Keep G Train Extension (News)
    • Upper West Side Advocates Want Neighborhood-Wide 20 MPH Limit (PIX 11)
    • Ray LaHood and Frank Lautenberg Still Want a Trans-Hudson Rail Tunnel (Transpo Nation)
    • Staten Island Man Crosses Street for Pizza, Driver Puts Him Close to Death (Advance)
    • Newsday: Federal Mass Transit Support Critical for Region
    • More Hard-Hitting Journalism From the Times Transpo Beat

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