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8:59 AM EST on February 25, 2013

    • Most Dem Mayoral Contenders Don't Foresee Upping City's Contribution to MTA (NYT)
    • Driver Kills Martha Atwater, 48, on Brooklyn Heights Sidewalk (DNA, News, Gothamist, Post 1, 2, 3)
    • Driver Kills Woman on Kips Bay Sidewalk After Two-Car Crash; "No Criminality" (DNA, Post, News, NY1)
    • Man in Critical Condition After Tractor-Trailer Driver Hits Him While Crossing First Avenue (PostNews)
    • Brooklyn Paper Takes a Look at PARK Smart Reforms Coming to Atlantic, Court, and Smith
    • Bloomberg Has No Sympathy on Camera Tickets; "Going Through a Red Light Kills People" (CapNY)
    • With 2019 Deadline Approaching, MetroCard Replacement Plans Hurt by MTA Turnover (NYT)
    • MTA Now Putting Monthly Finance, Ridership, Crime and Operational Data Online (Gothamist)
    • TZB Transit Task Force Examines Future Bus Upgrades to Bridge (NewsdayTimes Herald-Record)
    • Bill Bratton Wants His Old Job Back; Has Met With Some Mayoral Contenders (Telegraph via News)
    • Learn About the 20 Year-Old Surveyor Behind Manhattan's Grid (Post)

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