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8:54 AM EDT on March 25, 2014

    • News Looks at DOT and NYPD Attempts to Cut Down on Dangerous Driving on the Upper West Side
    • Subway Had 1.7 Billion Rides in 2013, Most Since 1949; Weekends Hit Record (GothamistWNYC)
    • Gelinas: Josbel Rivera's Death Shows How Hard It Can Be to Crack Down on Hit-and-Run Drivers (Post)
    • Little Dylan Perry, 11, Dies From Injuries After His Stepfather Crashes While Drunk (News, NYT)
    • Post Plays Fordham Road Hit-and-Run for Laughs
    • Cuomo Touts Staten Island Road Widenings as Great for the Economy and the Environment (Advance)
    • Vacca Bill Would Legalize Parking in Front of Your Own Driveway (Bx Times)
    • South Bronx Unite Protesters Arrested After Staging Sit-In at FreshDirect Site (NY1)
    • Bicycle Mechanic Skills Academy Graduates Its First Class at Henry Street Settlement (DNA)
    • Nearing Completion, 2nd Avenue Subway Driving Up UES Residential Prices (Real Deal)
    • Brooklyn Spoke Makes the Case for Subsidizing NYC Bike-Share

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