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8:59 AM EDT on April 6, 2015

    • Whistleblower: Second Avenue Subway Subcontractor Is Getting Over on the MTA (Post)
    • U-Haul Driver Kills Cyclist on Grand Concourse; Cops Blame Victim (NewsPost)
    • Driver Critically Injures 13-Year-Old Cyclist in Woodlawn, Arrested for Fleeing Scene (News, Post 1, 2)
    • New York City's Infrastructure Costs Are Insane (News)
    • The Daily News Is a Fan of Citi Bike's New Leadership
    • The Masses Yearning to Live Car-Free Have No Choice But to Move to NYC (Cap'n Transit)
    • What Can New York Learn From Paris's Experiment in Fare Integration? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • There Are Too Many Cars in Downtown Flushing (Queens Chron)
    • In Castleton Corners, the City Is Making a "More Driveable" Commercial Strip (Advance)
    • Council Members Defend Parking Perks at City Hall (Crain's)

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