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    • De Blasio Unveils Housing Plan, Calling for Transit-Oriented Density (NYTCapNY)
    • Ocean Pkwy Hit-and-Run Driver Critically Injures 68-Year-Old Man (Post, News, News 12)
    • School Zone Speed Cams Have Issued 25,000 Tickets Since Mid-January, And Other Facts (Crain's)
    • Bed Stuy CB Delays Vote on Slow Zone as Support for Traffic Calming Grows (DNA)
    • City Changes Course on City Island Bridge (WCBS); Crain's: This Isn't Bloomberg's DOT
    • Parks to Spend $8 Million on Pelham Parkway Fixes, Including Bike-Walk Paths, Bus Stops (Bx Times)
    • NY1 Shows Some Love for Boogie on the Boulevard Revival of Car-Free Sundays on Grand Concourse
    • Gelinas: London's Tube Strike Offers Lessons for the MTA as LIRR Strike Looms (Post)
    • Parking Lots Become Development Sites in Downtown Brooklyn (Crain's)
    • Greenpointers Leaves Vision Zero Workshop Feeling Hopeful; Final Town Hall Held on SI (Advance)
    • Some Advice and Suggestions for How to Get Along Peacefully on NYC Streets (NYT)

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