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8:51 AM EDT on April 13, 2015

    • How Will de Blasio's PlaNYC Be Different Than Bloomberg's? (Capital)
    • 1 Pedestrian, 1 Cyclist Critically Injured in Separate Crashes in Brooklyn Yesterday (News)
    • Bronx Community Board 11 Asks DOT to Undo Traffic Calming on White Plains Road (BxTimes)
    • Off-Duty MTA Bus Driver Arrested for Drunk Driving (News)
    • Pushy Passengers and Harried Cabbies Are a Bad Combination for a Crowded City (Post)
    • New York City Traffic Violence -- the Perfect War Zone Simulation (Post)
    • More on Jim Brennan's MTA Funding Bill (Capital)
    • Straphangers Value a Faster Ride More Than a Seat on the Train (Post)
    • Check Out Where Long Island City's First Bike-Share Stations Will Go (DNA)
    • Scenes From the 5th Tour de Staten Island (Advance)
    • The Times Likes Paris's Plan to Double the Extent of Its Bike Network

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