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8:57 AM EDT on March 27, 2015

    • Bus Driver Strikes and Kills Man, 67, in Port Authority Bus Terminal Garage (NYT, Post, WCBS)
    • Arthur Sporn, 87, Dies of Injuries After Turning Driver Struck Him on UES in January (Gothamist)
    • State Senator Joe Addabbo Jr. Really Annoyed About Woodhaven Select Bus Service (Q Chron)
    • Jimmy Vacca Tells City & State Why He's an Early, Enthusiastic Backer of Move NY
    • Amsterdam News: Cuomo More Concerned About Drivers and Airport Travelers Than Straphangers
    • Post Doubles Down on "Unruly Passengers" as Cause of Delays (1, 2); Gothamist Looks at the Numbers
    • Willets Point Autobody Shops Settle Lawsuit With City and Developer, Clearing Way for Mall (Crain's)
    • Thruway Approves Additional $300,000 for Law Firm Fighting TZB Loan Lawsuit (Times Herald-Record)
    • AAA Continues Assault on Red Light Cams, This Time in Yonkers (WCBS)
    • DOT Replaces Missing Walk Signal on Fourth Avenue in Park Slope After Nearly Four Months (DNA)
    • MTA Makes Expanded Weeknight and Weekend Q103 Bus Service on Vernon Blvd Permanent (TL)

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