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8:50 AM EST on March 9, 2017

    • Will the BQX Be Faster Than the Bus? (AMNY)
    • De Blasio Talks Up Ferry Jobs, Launch Date TBD (AMNY, DNA); Advance Not Impressed
    • NYPD Arrests Women's Rights Demonstrators for Disrupting Traffic (DNA, GothamistPost)
    • DOT Plans Median Island, LPI at Intersection Outside Forest Hills School (DNA)
    • Cyclist Severely Injures 62-Year-Old Woman on 14th Street (DNA)
    • 122nd Precinct Breaks Out the Magic Tape to Save Seniors From Reckless Drivers (Advance)
    • Driver Flips Car on Neighborhood Street; NYPD Declines to Investigate (Rag)
    • Post Weeps for Impaired Motorist Who Left Greenway Cyclist Olga Cook to Die
    • Upstate Taxi Group Wants Schneiderman to Probe Uber Law-Evasion Tech (News)
    • It's Going to Take Road Pricing, Not Robocars, to Fix City Traffic (NYT)

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