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8:53 AM EST on March 9, 2018

    • No Charges: Driver Hits Crowd on Flatbush Sidewalk; Child Hurt; 2 Critical (Post, AMNYNews, NY1)
    • Cuomo Is Still Stalling "Emergency" Subway Repairs (News, WNYCNY1)
    • Trump and Gateway: Same Crazy, Different Day (Politico 1, 2)
    • More Coverage of DOT's Ninth Street Redesign Announcement (AMNY, Post)
    • Post Joins Call to Attach License Points to Camera Violations
    • Ginia Bellafante: Legal System Ill-Equipped to Respond to Traffic Violence Epidemic (NYT)
    • DOT: Crosstown Harlem Streets With 2 Lanes for Parking Too Narrow for Protected Bike Lanes (Patch)
    • Fast Company Covers Bill de Blasio's Pointless and Shameful War on Working Cyclists
    • Tom Wrobleski Endorses Staten Island Express Bus Overhaul (Advance)
    • Bucking Dinowitz, Riverdale Press Unequivocally -- and Deftly -- Endorses Congestion Pricing

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