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This Week in Livable Streets Events

It's a quiet week on the calendar, highlighted by Sunday's Tour de Bronx. History buffs may also consider stopping by the New York City Transit Museum on Sunday for a look back at the last day of the Myrtle Avenue El, which departed Borough Hall for the final time in October 1969.

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