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9:02 AM EDT on April 16, 2012

    • Crain's: Sam Schwartz Toll Plan Would Be Good for Business, Good for New York
    • NBBL Plans Another Prospect Park West Lawsuit, This Time Over Pedestrian Islands (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cab Driver Leaves Five-Year-Old Deaf Tourist Timothy Keith Brain Dead; No Charges (News 12)
    • Henry Garcia, 13-Year-Old Cyclist, Killed By Hit-And-Run Bensonhurst Driver (Post)
    • Victor Felix Killed By Possibly-Drunk Driver While Crossing Adam Clayton Powell Blvd (Post)
    • Hit-And-Run Bronx Driver Leaves Two Pedestrians in Critical Condition (Gothamist)
    • While Sitting at Williamsburg Bus Stop, Deborah Munize Hit By Livery Cab (News)
    • Ray Kelly May Be Running For Mayor After All (Post)
    • PlaNYC Author: Infrastructure Bank Without New Revenues Is "Fiscal Game" (Bloomberg)
    • Staten Island Breaks Ground on New Bike Path at New Dorp Beach Park (Advance)
    • The Times Gives Some Love to Hudson Square's Pedestrian Managers
    • One Delivery Driver and His Boss Complain About Bike Lanes (Post)
    • Looks Like the M15 Select Bus Service Is Pretty Popular (Post)

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