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    • Health Commish Tom Farley Working on a Plan to Get More New Yorkers Walking and Biking (NYT)
    • Driver With Suspended License Kills 9-Year-Old Boy One Block From Wmsburg Home (Post, News)
    • Why Don't Kids Walk to School Anymore? (NYT Fashion & Style)
    • Progress on Moynihan Station: Amtrak Signs Off on Move Out of Penn (NYT, News, Post)
    • What the Metro-North Connection to Penn Station Could Mean for NYC Service (MTR)
    • Memo to MTA: Open Transit Data Is Good for Riders and Good for Your Reputation (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Westchester Bill Would Authorize Seizure of Cars Belonging to DWI, Drag Racing Perps (News)
    • Graphic: How Does NYC's Bike Network Stack Up? (NYT)
    • WNYC Is Starting a Series on How New Yorkers Commute -- Nice Logo!
    • Walking PR Disaster David Mack Resigns From MTA Board (WNYC)
    • Union Rat Needs Wider Sidewalks to Protest Legally (Curbed)

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