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8:58 AM EDT on April 11, 2014

    • Kelly Gordon, 22, Killed by Two Taxi Drivers While Crossing York Ave at 84th Street (News, DNA)
    • City Council Confirms Meera Joshi as New TLC Chair (WNYC)
    • Brooklyn CB 1 Committee Says No to Bike Corrals Because There Are Too Many Cars (Bklyn Paper)
    • Meanwhile, Red Hook Residents Push for More Bike Corrals (DNA)
    • Bronx Residents, Jimmy Vacca Annoyed That City Plants Street Trees on Their Blocks (Bronx Times)
    • Harlem Residents Oppose Plan to Build Housing, Commercial Space Next to Subway (DNA)
    • Environmental Advocates Push de Blasio, Including on Transportation Reform (CapNY)
    • News Covers TA Volunteers Advocating for Safer Queens Boulevard
    • WNYC Needlessly Freaks Out That Pulaski Skyway Closure Will Lead to Carmageddon (Cap'n Transit)
    • Cuomo Announces Statewide “Operation Hang Up” to Ticket Drivers for Illegal Cell Phone Use (WCBS)
    • Dirt Bike Rider Arrested for Reckless Driving After Speeding, Mounting Sidewalk (Advance)

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