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    • MTA Pegs Pricing-Related Transit Improvements at $767 Million (NYT, Sun)
    • On Proposed Border, Upper East Siders Split, But 'Muted' (NYT)
    • Queens CB 11 Talks Congestion (Queens Chronicle)
    • Even in Amsterdam, Parking Fees Controversial (Nieuws uit Amsterdam)
    • MTA to Release Byzantine Fare Proposals (Post)
    • David Byrne, Jan Gehl Team Up for Cycling Event (AMNY)
    • NYC Named One of Nation's Bike-Friendliest Cities (News, Sun)
    • Minneapolis Columnist Not Quite as Friendly (Star-Tribune)
    • Speeding Cab Jumps Curb, Hits Family, Killing One (Post, News)
    • Brooklyn Woman Crushed by Bus; Driver Not Charged (Post, News)
    • Chelsea 8-Year-Old Is Dead; No Charges Filed (AMNY)
    • 4-Year-Old Hit on Staten Island; No Charges Filed (NYT, Post)
    • Man Charged With Impeding Sidewalk Traffic (City Room)

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