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8:58 AM EST on March 6, 2013

    • Advocates Totally Unimpressed By What the Mayoral Contenders Are Saying About Transit (Next City)
    • Why Are the Candidates So Scared of Congestion Pricing? (CapNY)
    • Satmar Hasidim Flood the Streets in Anguish Over Hit-and-Run Killing of Young Couple (ViN)
    • NYPD Finally Cites Vehicle Speed as a Factor in Fatal Crash (NYT)
    • ...And the Daily News Editorial Board Finally Gets Worked Up About a Killer Driver
    • Family of Ryo Oyamada, Killed By Cops Speeding to 911 Call, Plans to Sue City for Answers (DNA)
    • MTA Getting Serious About Express F Service in Brooklyn (Bklyn Paper)
    • Former Bronx Assistant DA Ready to Get Back to Work After Jury Clears Him of Drunk Driving (Post)
    • Fresh Direct Allies Play the Jobs Card in Push to Bring Distribution Center to South Bronx (News)
    • This Weekend, the Times Made a Ringing Endorsement of Automated Speed Cameras

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