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8:58 AM EDT on April 23, 2012

    • Gov. Cuomo to Appoint Gov. Paterson to MTA Board (News)
    • NYPD Inattention to Bicycle Crashes Gets National Attention From CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta
    • Police Cruiser as Weapon: Brooklyn Man Run Down and Killed By NYPD (NYT)
    • Three-Car Midtown Crash Injures 10, Including Four on Sidewalk; "No Criminality" (NYTDNA)
    • Harrison, NJ Plans to Double Town Population, Grow Around PATH Train (WSJ)
    • New Jersey Transit Systems Setting Records, But Funding Stays Flat (NJ Spotlight)
    • Bay Ridge Drivers: Unless Fourth Ave. Stays Motorway, We'll Go to Jersey (Bklyn Paper)
    • Former Opponents of Putnam Triangle Plaza Now Fighting for Every Inch (Bklyn Paper)
    • The NYT Gets a Peek at West Side Bike-Share Location Map
    • Ed Glaeser: For the Environment and Economy, Build Up Near Grand Central (News)
    • Store Owners Sue City, Drivers for 2011 Crashes Off Queensboro Bridge (Post)
    • Pick-Up Truck Driver Injures Pedestrian on Lower East Side (DNA)

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