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8:57 AM EDT on April 21, 2014

    • Alta Report: Citi Bike's Financial Woes Stem Mostly From Sandy, Bixi's Software Flub (CapNY)
    • Cabbie Who Severed Tourist's Leg Still Driving After Lying About Crash History (Post)
    • Three Off-Duty NYPD Officers in Three Boroughs Arrested for DUI Within 27 Hours (Post)
    • Residents Who Want Safer Queens Boulevard Working With CB 6 on Resolution (Forum, TL)
    • Kimmelman Argues for Mixed-Traffic Streetcar from Red Hook to Astoria (NYT via 2nd Avenue Sagas)
    • Co-Op City Community Board Wants Traffic Master Plan in Preparation for New Malls (Bronx Times)
    • Nassau County Legislature Formally Asks Albany for Permission to Install 56 Speed Cams (News)
    • SI Businesses: Traffic Big Drag on Revenue (Advance); If Only There Were Alternatives to Driving
    • Kallos Wants Neighbors to Adopt First Avenue Pedestrian Islands for Flowers, Plantings (DNA)
    • After Gangway Collapse, Greenpoint Is Without Ferry Service -- And Facing G Train Shutdown (CapNY)
    • 1937: Robert Moses Chased Down Triboro Bridge Driver Breaking 30 MPH Limit, Faced Him in Court (TL)

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