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8:49 AM EDT on April 20, 2015

    • Right of Way Remembers New Yorkers Lost to Traffic Violence Last Year (News, Post)
    • Straphangers and Riders Alliance: Pay for Subway Upgrades With Value Capture (News)
    • TWU: Law That Made It a Misdemeanor to Hit Someone With the Right of Way Is Too Vague (News)
    • One More Reason Not to Exempt MTA Bus Drivers From Right of Way Law (Post)
    • Green Cab Driver Strikes Woman in Bed-Stuy Saturday Morning, Causing Severe Head Injury (News)
    • DOT Road Diet Plan for East Tremont Ave Runs Up Against Bronx Community Board 10 (BxTimes)
    • Bus Riders Left Hanging as Community Boards Dawdle Over 125th Street Bus Lanes (DNA)
    • Staten Island Advance Is for BRT, Against Bus Lanes
    • The Case for Spending on Accessible Subways and Buses Instead of Access-a-Ride (News)
    • NYC Doesn't Resurface Its Streets Frequently Enough (WNYC)
    • Schumer Wants to Give Commuter Railroads 3 More Years to Install Positive Train Control (AMNY)

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