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    • Friends of James Langergaard Rally for a Safer Queens Boulevard (News)
    • Jim Dwyer: Crumbling Stations Are What You Get for Disinvesting in the Subway System (NYT)
    • More on the 181st Street Ceiling Collapse (Post, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Careening Cab Smashes Into 72nd Street Subway Entrance, Injuring Pedestrian (News)
    • Bronx Dad Dead After Letting His 13-Year-Old Son Practice Parking (Post)
    • Bronx Prosecutors to Pursue Murder Charge Against Killer Driver Mark St. Pierre (Post)
    • New Yassky Bill Attempts to Pair Rezoning Projects With Transit Improvements (Bklyn Eagle)
    • American Cities Start Getting Serious About Bike Parking (Slate)
    • Plans Advance for Two-Mile Promenade Along East River (WNYC)
    • Knicks G Nate Robinson Arrested for Driving Without a License; LOLZ Ensue (Post, News)
    • Business Booming for Wichcraft Since Herald Square Went Car-Free (WNYC)

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