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8:55 AM EDT on March 27, 2012

    • Budget Deal Would Create New Public Works Panel, Expand Governor's Autonomy (NYT, News)
    • Cuomo and Legislators Grab Praise for Increasing MTA Debt (News, Capital, NYT)
    • Prendergast Raises Possibility of Glass-Walled Subway Platforms (TransNat)
    • DOT Plan to Connect Sixth Ave. Plazas Approved by CB 5 Transpo Committee (Observer, DNA)
    • City Reveals New Coney Island Boardwalk Entrance, Complete With Bike Racks (Post)
    • Brooklyn Paper Picks Up Steve Levin's Push to Change NYPD "Likely to Die" Rule
    • Yassky, Taxi and Limousine Commission Want Ambulette Street Hails (NY World)
    • With Subway Crime Up, MTA Board Looks to Ban Criminals From Trains (NY1)
    • Traffic Court Docket Packed With Cyclists Who Are Guilty Until Proven Guilty (Animal)
    • 1950s PRT Porn Envisions Fifth Avenue Without Cars (Gothamist)
    • Fox News Cycle Chic

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