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8:52 AM EDT on April 12, 2016

    • Port Authority Wants NY Harbor to Handle More Cargo Than Any Other American Port (WSJ)
    • Officer Confirms All Your Suspicions About How Cops View Traffic Enforcement (Gothamist, News, Post)
    • Lentol: MTA Will Go Public With L Train Repair Plans in May (DNA)
    • Impaired, Unlicensed Driver Hits and Kills Man on Moped in Glendale (News)
    • School Bus Driver Critically Injures Woman Crossing Street in Maspeth; No Charges (Post)
    • Officers Crash Patrol Car Into Food Delivery Truck in Ozone Park (Post)
    • DOT Showing Plan for 2-Way Bikeway on Clinton Ave Around the Neighborhood (DNA)
    • Scofflaws Have Racked Up $114 Million in Unpaid Port Authority Tolls the Past 5 Years (News)
    • All It Took Was a Letter From One Person in 2009 to Get DOT to Install Dangerous Left-Turn Signal (DNA)
    • 120 New Affordable Apartments in Morrisania Will Come With 68 Parking Spaces (YIMBY)

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