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9:00 AM EDT on March 15, 2013

    • Bloomberg on NYC Census Gains: "We Are Going to Have a Problem With Mass Transit" (CapNY)
    • Times Square Reconstruction Breaks Ground (ArchPaper)
    • Widower of Cheng-Chiu Fang, 55, Killed by MTA Bus Driver, Issues Plea for Witnesses (Times Ledger)
    • Community Board Covering Flatbush and Midwood Plans for Bike Routes (Ditmas Park Corner)
    • Van Bramer Calls on DOT to Fix Dangerous LIC Stretch (NewsDNAPostWCBS)
    • Stillwell Avenue Plaza Proposed Near Coney Island Boardwalk (Post)
    • Riverside Park South Planning Could Involve Wider Greenway Path (DNA)
    • NJ Transit Sandy Aid Has No Consequences for Poor Storm Management (Second Ave Sagas, TransNat)
    • Sheridan Expressway TIGER II Study Moves Toward June Completion Date (MTR)
    • New Residential Towers Expected to Double Downtown Bklyn Population in Three Years (Crain's)

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