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8:59 AM EDT on April 18, 2014

    • MTA, TWU Reach Deal: Retroactive Raises, Better Health Plans, No Work Rule Changes (News, CapNY)
    • Cuomo Promises No Impact to MTA Budget or Fares, But Many Questions Remain (Post, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Central Park Conservancy Comes Out Against Replacing Horse Carriages With Cars in Park (WABC)
    • Banning Horse Carriages Loses Steam in Council (WSJ) as de Basio Stretches Timeline for Ban (NYT)
    • Delivery Cyclist Critically Injured by Hit-and-Run Driver at Lexington and 104th (NYT, WNBC)
    • Josbel Rivera's Hit-and-Run Killer Gets as Little as 15 Months in Prison After Torching Car (WPIX)
    • Vision Zero Among Issues Set for Flurry of Legislation in Wake of State Budget (Gotham Gazette)
    • Bill to Suspend Licenses of Drivers Who Fail to Stop for School Buses Passes Senate (Queens Gazette)
    • More Grand Concourse Arterial Slow Zone Coverage From News, NY1, WCBS, News 12
    • Trottenberg: City Island Bridge Replacement Could Be Changed to Causeway (Bronx Times, News)
    • Bklyn Paper Catches NYPD School Safety Van Driver Making Illegal Turn Off Flatbush

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