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8:55 AM EST on February 13, 2015

    • Families for Safe Streets Encouraged By Meeting With Cy Vance (NYPress)
    • Susan Eddy, 69, Dies a Month After Being Struck by Ambulance in Herald Square (Post)
    • Three Injured, One Critically, on Linden Blvd (WCBS); Nine Injured in Multi-Car Chelsea Crash (WNBC)
    • Bob Simon's Driver Had Nine Suspensions, Sped Before Crash; NYPD Examines Black Box (NYT, Post)
    • City Handed Out 2,800 Recent Summonses for Snow Removal; Including Only 62 in Manhattan (DNA)
    • Council Members Van Bramer, Richards Ask for More and Better BRT in Queens (Gotham Gazette)
    • DOT Launches Study of East New York, Cypress Hills, Ozone Park, Focused on Atlantic Ave (Q Chron)
    • Weiner vs. Cuomo Flack in Spat Over Subway Shutdown (NewsPost); Public Poll Backs Cuomo (Capital)
    • Being a Port Authority Commissioner Sounds Like a Pretty Plush Gig (
    • Citi Bike's Most Popular Route Is From Grand Central to Times Square (Post)
    • What's the Best Transit App in New York? MTA Opens Voting in Contest (Post)

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