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8:51 AM EST on March 1, 2016

    • Turning Livery Driver Kills Carol Dauplaise, 77, at 36th and Madison (Post, News, Gothamist)
    • A Great Look at the Senior Housing Crunch in NYC and Why Parking Minimums Stink (Politico)
    • Brad Lander Has Some Questions About the BQX Streetcar (Brooklyn Paper)
    • L Train Riders to MTA: Open J/M/Z and G Entrances Before Canarsie Tube Repairs (DNA)
    • To Calm Traffic on Astoria Blvd, DOT Lifts Rush-Hour Parking Ban (QChron)
    • Ghost Bike Dedication for Stanley Marshall, Killed While Biking on Richmond Road February 16 (Advance)
    • Moronic Post Opinion Writers Blame Increase in Emergency Response Times on Bike Lanes, Plazas
    • Should For-Hire Drivers in NYC Have to Speak English? (Post)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Who Killed NYPD Officer in Jersey Turns Self In (AP)
    • Q44 Rider: SBS Works, It Just Needs to Run More Frequently (Times Ledger)
    • The Precursor to the Subway Was a One-Block-Long Pneumatic Tube (News)

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