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8:59 AM EDT on April 5, 2012

    • Census Says NYC Population Is Booming Again (NYT)
    • After Fatal MTA Crane Collapse, Investigators and DA Leap Into Action (WSJNYTNews, Post, NY1)
    • The Times Keeps Asking the Hard Questions About Cuomo's TZB Debacle
    • Goodbye Queens Plaza Parking, Hello "Dutch Kills Green," Now Officially Open (Gothamist)
    • The Post Agrees With Lhota: Secaucus 7 a Pipe Dream
    • A Protected Plaza Street Bike Lane Is the Way to Go (Bklyn Spoke)
    • Get Noticed With Anthony Clune's Glow-in-the-Dark Bike Stickers (Bklyn Paper)
    • Big Rigs Don't Fit in New York City (I Love Franklin Ave)
    • Check Out the Crazy NIMBY Website From Free Parking Fundamentalists in SF (Streetsblog SF)
    • People Really DO Get Stuck in Traffic on Their Way to the Gym to Ride Stationary Bikes (How We Drive)

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