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    • Walder: NYC Needs to Prioritize Buses on the Street (NYT)
    • New MTA Chief Will Keep Pursuing Lawsuit to Void TWU Contract (News 1, 2)
    • Advance to SI Parents: Quit Complaining About Traffic Enforcement in School Zones
    • Bay Ridge Gets a Ferry Launch at 69th Street Pier; Still Waiting for Ferry Service (Bklyn Paper)
    • Planning Commission Approves Kingsbridge Armory Redevelopment Project (City Room)
    • Wanted: Volunteers to Document Truck Traffic in Williamsburg and Greenpoint (MTR)
    • Pilot Project Whets Appetite for Complete Streets in St. Louis (Switchboard)
    • Starting in February You Can Let Honda Teach You "How to Ride a Bike" (Uber Gizmo)
    • Now for Something More Useful: New Bike Locks Hitting the Market (TreeHugger)
    • Speeding Fines Ain't What They Used to Be (How We Drive)

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