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8:57 AM EDT on March 18, 2014

    • CPC Approves Plan to Reduce Parking, Add Apartments in Massive West Side Project (PostCrain's)
    • Right of Way's 20 MPH Signs Get Coverage in Post, WCBS, Bklyn Paper, Brownstoner, Bowery Boogie
    • MTA Bus Deaths: 4 in 2011, 8 in 2012, 10 in 2013, and 5 So Far This Year (Post)
    • Five Injured, Including Four NYPD Auxiliary Officers, in Hillcrest Crash (Post, WNBC)
    • Police Arrest Man for Drunk Driving on SI After Catching Him Speed at More Than 100 MPH (Advance)
    • Advocates for Ditching Central Park Horse Carriages Split on Replacing Them With Cars (Metro)
    • State Suspends 8,900 Drivers Licenses Not for Bad Driving But Failure to Pay Back Taxes (Post, TU)
    • Bratton's Shakeup Affects Harlem and UWS Precincts, Now Without Commanding Officers (News)
    • Port Authority Reforms Should Include Renewed Focus on Transportation Mission (2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Some People Are Moving to Staten Island for Its Walkable Urban Amenities (Advance)
    • Electeds Push Bill to Allow 16-Year-Olds to Serve on Community Boards (DNA, Gothamist)

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