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8:57 AM EDT on April 9, 2013

    • Push a 2-Year-Old? Reckless Endangerment (News); Drive Over and Kill a 2-Year-Old? No Charges.
    • Man Arrested for Hit-and-Run of Acquaintance Says It Was Accident; Victim Claims Assault (Advance 1, 2)
    • Flatbush Avenue Triangles Set for Permanent Reconstruction, Including Bioswales (Brownstoner)
    • Pay-by-Phone Parking Program Launches in Bronx (Post)
    • Gothamist: NYPD Doesn't Really Enforce the Speeding Laws
    • UES Resident Won't Believe Anything Good About Bike Lanes (DNA)
    • Second Avenue Sagas Dives Into Newly-Released 2012 Station-by-Station Subway Ridership Data
    • Citing Lack of Bike-Ped Path, Writer Asking for VNB Discount Says "Driving Is Necessary" (AMNY)
    • Car Fire Shuts Down Port Authority Bus Service (News)
    • Connecticut Ready to Spend $500 Million to Add One Lane Each Direction to 3 Miles of I-84 (MTR)
    • Bike Lanes on Track for Jewel Avenue and 69th Road in Queens (Q Chron)

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