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8:52 AM EDT on March 14, 2016

    • Strike Averted, But NJ Transit Budget Still a Mess (NYT, WNYCPost)
    • Advocates Coalesce Behind de Blasio's Housing Plan (Politico, DNA)
    • Veronica Vanterpool and John Raskin Talk Transit on NY1
    • NYT Under the Impression That Car Safety Regulations Are a Paragon to Be Emulated for Buses
    • Six Months After Opening, Hudson Yards 7 Station Not Looking So Hot (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • A Brief History of and the Fight Against NYPD Placard Corruption (@Naparstek)
    • Yes, NY State Law Creates an Incentive for Drunk Drivers to Flee the Scene of a Crash (Advance)
    • Off-Duty NYPD Lieutenant Knocks Woman Off Grand Central Parkway After Crazy Chain of Events (News)
    • Cops Searching for SUV Driver Who Hit Pedestrian and Fled March 4 (Gothamist)
    • DNAinfo Spreads the Gospel of Peatónito
    • The Most Iconic Cyclist in NYC Is Probably Bill Cunningham (NYT)

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