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8:58 AM EST on February 25, 2016

    • Why Have Cuomo and State Legislators Not Appointed NYC Representatives to the MTA Board? (WNYC)
    • Planning Commish OKs East NY Rezoning (Politico); MMV Announces Plan for East Harlem (Crain's)
    • DOT Won't Fix One of the Most Perilous Intersections in Brooklyn Because CB 8 Said "No" (DNA)
    • Observer: DOT Deference to Community Boards on Transit and Safety Is Harmful and Absurd
    • 90th Precinct Continues to Disrespect Kent Ave Bike Lane, This Time With a Light Tower (Gothamist)
    • Very Cool: Brooklyn Navy Yard to Launch Free, Frequent Shuttle Connecting to Subway Lines (Curbed)
    • Free Parking Crusader Vincent Gentile Wants to Suspend Meters on Dozens of Holidays (News)
    • It's OK for Uber Drivers to Maim or Kill You, as Long as They Don't Overcharge You (Post)
    • See the Advance Twist Criticism of Motorist Space-Hogs Into Argument Against Vision Zero
    • TransitCenter Has Some Ideas on Why U.S. Transit Agencies Are Not Innovating
    • Driver Who Won the Daytona 500 Says NYC Traffic Is More Harrowing Than NASCAR Racing (WSJ)

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