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8:57 AM EDT on April 16, 2015

    • Driver Injures Woman on FiDi Sidewalk, No Charges; Neighbors Say It's a Regular Problem (DNA)
    • Joe Borelli Wants Right-on-Red, Fewer Car Inspections, Tax Break for Car Commuters (Advance)
    • Bayside Parking Study Shows Space Is Tight -- Will BID, Electeds Price Parking or Build More? (TL)
    • Texting-While-Cycling Bill: Gothamist Goes with Facts, Post Falls Back on "Hipster" Headline
    • De Blasio's Jamaica Plan Includes Streetscape Fixes, Redeveloped Parking Garages (Capital, Crain's)
    • Dromm Appoints Diversity Plaza Champion Ageh Saleh to Queens CB 3 (Q Gazette)
    • Marcia Kramer Found a Bus Bulb on First Avenue That's Been Under Construction a Long Time (WCBS)
    • Nicole Gelinas Flags Labor Rules as Another Factor in High Construction Costs (Post)
    • City Breaks Ground on Plaza and Scenic Overlook at Belden Point on City Island (News 12)
    • Gowanus Alliance Calls for Bike-Ped Bridge Across Canal at Fifth Street (DNA)
    • NJ Transit's Coming 9 Percent Fare Hike Is Probably Just the Beginning (WSJ via 2nd Ave Sagas)

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