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8:50 AM EST on March 2, 2015

    • Will Speaker Heastie Come Out for the Move NY Plan? (Capital)
    • AMNY: "It's Time to Hit the Reset Button" on NYC's Toll System
    • Yesterday's Rally to Keep NYC Streets Congested Looks Rather Sparsely Attended (Post)
    • Free Bridges Aren't Free -- Taxpayers Will Shell Out $600M to Repair Brooklyn Bridge (News)
    • Rory Lancman Joins the Ranks of Pols Out to Weaken the Right-of-Way Law (News)
    • De Blasio Housing Plan Expected to Get a Hard Time From City Council (Crain's)
    • Staten Island's Stapleton Development Could Be Model for "Proactive Pedestrian Safety Design" (Advance)
    • State DOT Dresses Up Kosciuszko Widening With Bike Path (Bklyn Paper)
    • Cab Driver Pins Woman Against Other Cab From Behind; No Charges (DNA)
    • The Times' Tappan Zee Bridge Sycophancy Continues
    • How NYC Taught Kids That Cars Kill, After Motordom Bullied People Off the Street (WNYC)

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