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8:56 AM EST on March 9, 2016

    • NJ Transit Union Spox Optimistic Strike Can Be Avoided (NYT, WSJNews)
    • Cuomo Claims Credit for "Ferrari-Like" Buses That Will Be Packed and Mired in Traffic (2AS, Crain'sDNA)
    • De Blasio Makes the Case for Rezoning Plan to Daily News Readers
    • JSK Is Back (WNYC, NY1GothamistNY Mag)
    • Corey Johnson Wants DOT to Regulate Pedestrian Plazas (Politico)
    • Van Bramer Bills Would Improve DOT Crash Data Map, Normalize Commercial Cyclist Regs (GG, News)
    • Rosenthal Bill Aims to Prevent Cab Drivers From Sexually Assaulting Passengers (News)
    • CB 12 Votes Against Proposed Inwood High-Rise, But Not Because of Its 159 Parking Spots (DNA)
    • Officials and the AP Blame Pedestrian Death Spike on Drinking and Texting Victims, Rampant Bipedalism
    • Damn Plazas (NYT)

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