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8:59 AM EDT on April 4, 2014

    • TLC Nominee Meera Joshi: Driver Behavior and Traffic Safety Would Be Top Priority (CapNYWNYC)
    • Sticks and Carrots: Joshi Says TLC Considering Black Boxes, Honor Roll of Safe Drivers (News)
    • News Can't Get Enough of Cuomo-de Blasio Speed Cam Drama
    • Citi Pleased With Bike-Share Sponsorship; Might Bring Brand to Systems in Other Cities (Ad Age)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Arrested After Critically Injuring Soundview Pedestrian (WABC, WPIX, NY1)
    • MTA Bus Driver Jumps Uptown Curb After Crash With Minivan; Four Peds Injured (WPIX, DNA)
    • East Harlem NYCHA Residents Protest Parking Rate Hike, From $75 to $340 Per Year (News)
    • Cuomo's Top Priority Post-Budget: Fixing the Port Authority (CapNY)
    • "20 Is Plenty" Signs Pop Up in Bed Stuy Neighborhood Awaiting Slow Zone (DNA)
    • CB 2 Transportation Committee Supports Four Bike Corrals for Clinton Hill, Fort Greene (DNA)
    • Where Are NYC's Hottest Clubs? Check the Map of Late-Night Citi Bike Trips (I Quant NY)

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