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8:59 AM EDT on March 27, 2013

    • Golden Plays Dumb on Speed Cams; Klein Says Proposal Will Come Back This Year (Gotham Gazette)
    • Cuomo Wanted Extra License Points for Speeders; Post Calls Compromise Fine Fee Increase a "Tax"
    • Higher-Than-Expected Tax Revenues Provide $40 Million Boost to MTA Budget (News)
    • Daily News Names Broadway in Upper Manhattan the "Corridor of Death" for Pedestrians
    • Brooklyn Dethrones Staten Island as Fastest-Growing Borough, In Part Because of Transit Access (MTR)
    • MTA Changes Bridge and Tunnel Police Policy, Disbanding Anti-Speeding Unit (Post)
    • Jerks Rolling Suitcases on Crowded Sidewalks Are Just Like Deadly Hit-and-Run Drivers? (NYT)
    • New Commercial Cyclist Rules Take Effect April 1 (Queens Gazette)
    • DOT to Close, Repair Landmarked Carroll Street Bridge Over Gowanus Canal (Brownstoner)
    • Second Avenue Sagas: Platform Edge Doors Are "The Only Way to Protect People" From Train Deaths
    • UES Residents Kvetch About Overnight Subway Service Change During Passover (Post)

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