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8:55 AM EDT on March 11, 2015

    • Times Backs Right-of-Way Law; Says TWU's "Slowdown" Is Responsible, Not Threatening
    • Driver Kills Dave Jones, 21, on Nostrand Ave Sidewalk After Fleeing NYPD Traffic Stop (News, Post)
    • Two Passengers Injured When Minibus Driver Crashes Across Hudson River Greenway (DNA, WNBC)
    • Assembly Budget Would Withhold Thruway Cash Until Cuomo Releases TZB Financing Plan (LoHud)
    • Van Bramer Holds Rally to Complain About 7 Train Service as MTA Upgrades Signals (DNA, PIX)
    • Last Night's Commute Was a Mess, Thanks to Broken Signals (DNA, WNBC)
    • DNA Covers March for Safety Improvements on Queens Boulevard
    • Citizen Enforcement of Idling Vehicles -- Will It Work? (WNBC, Observer, Gothamist)
    • DOT Tests Out New All-in-One Road Resurfacing Machine and S.I. Pols Are Thrilled (Advance)
    • College of Staten Island to Launch Bike-Share System Using Social Bicycles Tech (Banner)
    • On First Warm-ish Day of the Season, Citi Bike Rebalancing Held Up Well (bikeshareNYC)

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