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  • Larry Littlefield

    The article on the double parking incident is a good one to include. I get the feeling that lots of cyclists here believe crazed motorists have it in for them.

    In reality, they have it in for everyone.

  • “I think … an ill will arising from this proposal [to charge city agencies tolls] is probably more expensive – in terms of the likelihood of coming together on the extremely important issues that face all of us – than it is worth,” Page said.

    What about the ill will coming from the city cutting their contribution to the MTA?

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