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8:56 AM EDT on April 2, 2015

    • Cuomo and Lawmakers Punt on MTA Capital Plan in State Budget (MTR)
    • TWU Directs Bus Drivers to Protest Right of Way Law by Driving Safely (WSJ [Paywall])
    • Man Walking in Auburndale Fatally Struck by One or More Hit-and-Run Drivers (News)
    • Business Owner Complains About Illegal Police Parking; NYPD: "Cops Aren't Everybody Else" (Voice)
    • 50th Precinct Captain on Uptick in Crashes: “Sometimes, That’s Just the Way It Goes” (R’dale Press)
    • Anonymous Sources Defend Cab Driver Who Killed Kadeem Brown and Tierre Clark (Post, News)
    • Times Ledger Covers DOT Plan to Redesign Queens Boulevard
    • De Blasio Announces More Frequent Staten Island Ferry Trips (NYT)
    • Casino Bus Driver Hits Woman While Turning Onto Broadway in Inwood; No Charges (DNA)
    • Criminality Suspected in East Village Building Explosion (Post)

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