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8:39 AM EDT on March 16, 2016

    • From Hell’s Heart, Prospect Park West Bikeway Litigants Stab at NYC (Gothamist 1, 2)
    • Brooklyn CB 2 Committee Endorses Jay Street Protected Bike Lane (Bklyn Paper)
    • Garbage Truck Driver Fatally Strikes Jodi McGrath in First Ave. Crosswalk (Post, NewsGothamistNY1)
    • Another NYPD Car Chase Ends in Crash; One Occupant Critical, 2-Year-Old Hospitalized (News)
    • Cop Hits Child in Harlem, Argues With Witnesses Over Who Had Light (Politico via @chayesmatthew)
    • Avid Motorist Joe Addabbo Continues Crusade Against Better Bus Service on Woodhaven Boulevard (TL)
    • Lawsuit Claims the Mayor and NYPD Are Trying to Force Pedicabs Out of Business (Post)
    • Study Finds NYC Public Health Metrics Hold Up Well Compared to Rest of U.S. (AMNY)
    • Former Parks Commish Adrian Benepe Experiences the Futility of Engaging DOT on Twitter (Crain's)
    • Damn Distracted Walkers (News, News)

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