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8:48 AM EST on February 22, 2016

    • BQX May Require New Bridges Over Newtown Creek, Gowanus Canal (NYT, Bklyn Paper)
    • More From City Hall's Streetcar Briefing With the Press (WNYC)
    • MTA Wants $66M to Accelerate Work on 2nd Ave Subway, Meet December Deadline (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • When the 2nd Ave Subway Starts Running, W Service Will Return to Astoria (2nd Ave Sagas, DNA)
    • Franklin Reyes, Driver Who Killed Ariel Russo, Sentenced to 9 Years (Gothamist)
    • Trottenberg Makes the Case for Overhauling Woodhaven Blvd to QChron Readers
    • Staten Island Cyclists to City: Stop the Illegal Parking in Bike Lanes By Ferry Terminal (Advance)
    • Cabbie Jumps Sidewalk By the Met, Sends Light Pole Toppling Onto Woman and Child (PostNews)
    • Man Killed When His Van Rolls Over Him Off Central Park East Drive (ABC7)
    • Speeding Driver Injures Two Cops in East New York (Post)
    • A Man on the Sidewalk Got Hurt Because Someone Parked Sloppily By the Park Slope Food Coop (News)

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