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8:58 AM EST on February 19, 2015

    • More on Cuomo's Dismissive Comments About Move NY Plan (Capital, NY1)
    • News Tells Cuomo to "Kick the Tires" on Toll Reform: "Time to Cross That Bridge"
    • Driver Seriously Injures Woman, 62, at Canal and Mott; Driver "Not Immediately Charged" (DNA)
    • More Coverage of Boro Ped Safety Plans: PostAMNY, NY1, WNBC, News 12, DNA, TL, WCBS 1, 2
    • 72 Speeding Tickets in a Month Equals a 2,300 Percent Enforcement Spike for 115th Precinct (DNA)
    • Vision Zero? DOT to Widen Four Busy S.I. Intersections With Turn Lanes; Pols Thrilled (Advance)
    • WFUV Follows Gene Aronowitz to Senior Centers, Where He Educates the Public on Traffic Safety
    • EDC Plans Second LIC Ferry Dock Next to Expanding Residential Developments (Queens Courier)
    • Prospect Lefferts Gardens Parking Lot to Become Residential Development (DNA)
    • Citing Cost, Experts Pour Cold Water on de Blasio's Sunnyside Yards Affordable Housing Plan (DNA)
    • The Times Visits the Dangers of NYC's Street-Level Railroad Crossings, Past and Present

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