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8:58 AM EDT on March 26, 2014

    • Vision Zero: Livery Drivers Launch Safe Driving Group, Seek TLC Rewards for Good Drivers (Post)
    • Pedestrian in Critical Condition After Driver Hits Him in East Village (Post)
    • 20th Precinct Says Its Posters Aimed at Pedestrians Have Cut Ped Crashes; Residents Disagree (DNA)
    • News Suggests Citi Bike Boycott If Service Languishes; Bob Hardt: NYers "Voting With Their Feet" (NY1)
    • This Time Around, the Media's Reaction to Road Pricing "Leaned Towards the Positive" (MTR)
    • TLC Proposes 30-Cent Taxi Surcharge to Fund Accessibility for Half of Cabs (CapNY, NYT, NY1)
    • Clinton Hill Driver Clubs Food Deliveryman in Road Rage Incident, Flees (Bklyn Paper)
    • QueensWay Moves Forward With Draft Designs as Neighbors, Rail Supporters Criticize Plan (DNA)
    • State Insists TZB Tolls Will Pay "Entire Cost" of Bridge Replacement But Issue Remains Black Box (NYT)
    • Port Spends Money on PATH to Newark Airport But Puts Garage to Ease PABT Crowding on Hold (MTR)
    • Save the Date: Fulton Street Transit Center to Open June 26 (2nd Avenue Sagas)

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