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8:53 AM EST on February 23, 2015

    • De Blasio Housing Plan Eliminates Some Parking Minimums (Capital, WSJ)
    • The Daily News Has No Idea Why NYC Enacted the Right of Way Law; Brooklyn Spoke Responds
    • Times Calls on Cuomo to Secure the Future of NYC's Transit System
    • Will DMV Reveal the Truth About NYPD's Vehicular Killing of Ryo Oyamada? (Gothamist)
    • Private Bus Driver Kills Man on Coney Island Avenue in Midwood (News)
    • Box Truck Driver Kills Woman at 76th Street and Woodside Avenue in Elmhurst (PostNews)
    • Bus Bulbs Coming to Intersection of Allerton Avenue and White Plains Road (BxTimes)
    • Julio Acevedo, Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed Couple in 2013, Found Guilty of Manslaughter (Bklyn Paper)
    • Van Driver Charged With Careless Driving for Injuring 80-Year-Old Woman in Flushing Crosswalk (DNA)
    • Van Driver Crashes Into Little Italy Restaurant; No Charges (PostNews)
    • Why It's Hard to Hold Someone Accountable for Killing With a Car (Salon)

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