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8:58 AM EDT on March 27, 2014

    • Citi Bike GM Justin Ginsburgh Resigns (WSJ, WNYC, News); NYT Explains Citi Bike's "Solvable" Woes
    • Prendergast Content to Let Cuomo Raid $40 Million From the Transit Agency He Runs (News)
    • De Blasio Asked Albany to Authorize 160 New NYC Speed Cams; Assembly Unresponsive (CapNY)
    • Lisa Julian, 47, Killed by SUV Driver in East Village This Morning (Post)
    • Woman, 73, Seriously Injured by Forklift Driver Driving Wrong Way in Borough Park (Post, WCBS)
    • Levine and Brewer Push Bill to Require More Blind-Accessible Pedestrian Signals (News)
    • 51 Cabbies Lost Licenses for Cocaine or Marijuana in 2013, Much Higher Than Years Before (Post)
    • 5 Injured in East New York as Driver of Unmarked NYPD Car Crashes Into Church Van (News 12, WABC)
    • DSNY Worker Arrested for DWI After Crashing Salt Spreader Into Parked Car in Queens (DNA, WSJ)
    • Construction on Plaza Along Myrtle Avenue in Clinton Hill Delayed Until Summer (DNA)
    • Tri-State Slams SI Highway Expansion: "It's Impossible to Build Your Way Out of Congestion" (MTR)
    • Senate Passes Bill Allowing Villages to Set Their Own Speed Limits -- What About NYC? (Saratogian)

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