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8:58 AM EDT on March 17, 2014

    • Rashard Charles, 5, Killed by Hit-and-Run Driver Backing Up on Empire Blvd (NYT, DNA, Post, WNBC)
    • Steve Hindy: Getting to Vision Zero "Will Require a Culture Shift in New York" (Crain's)
    • City Backs Off Citi Bike Relocation to 25th and Madison After Court "Threw a Tantrum" Over Parking (Post)
    • Right of Way Installs 20 MPH Signs In Neighborhoods Across City Still Awaiting Slow Zones (News 12)
    • MTA Bus Driver Suffers Stroke, Hits Parked Cars in Greenpoint, Injuring Five (NewsPostWPIX)
    • Off-Duty Sanitation Employee Arrested for DWI in Rego Park After Speeding (TL)
    • Williamsburg Neighbors Continue Push for More Traffic Calming on Kent Avenue (Bklyn Paper)
    • Preliminary QueensWay Designs Released In Advance of Community Workshops (Brownstoner, Curbed)
    • Port Authority Panel Will Study Reforms (WSJ) as PA Considers More WTC Tower Subsidies (NYT)
    • Oddo and Ignizio Want South Shore Ferry Service to Manhattan, Possibly From Perth Amboy (Advance)
    • NYT Feature on Bike Safety Gadgets Ignores Proven Safety Remedy: Protected Bike Lanes (MTR)

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