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8:56 AM EST on February 21, 2013

    • NYPD Officers in Cruiser Strike and Kill Man at Queensbridge Houses (Post)
    • School Buses Are Back, Along With School Bus Crashes (News, DNA)
    • Convenience Is the Number One Reason Straphangers Cite for Riding the MTA (Post)
    • Suburban Electeds Use Minor MTA Budget Critique to Rail Against Payroll Tax (CapNY)
    • New MetroCards Can Store Both Unlimited Rides and Pay-Per-Ride Fares (Gothamist)
    • Financial District East River Greenway Segments Set for Spring Opening (DNA)
    • New Plaza Opens on East 25th Street at Baruch College (DNA)
    • State Hires Tappan Zee Bridge Project Director (LoHud, Daily Voice)
    • Advice for Elderly Drivers Looking to Get a New Set of Wheels (Gazette)
    • State DOT Engineer Gets the Boot After Talking to Reporter (Gothamist)

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