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    • Marty Markowitz and Marcia Kramer Team Up for Error-Riddled Anti-Bike Lane Screed on CBS2
    • Markowitz Defends Car-Dominated Status Quo on PPW Some More (WNYC)
    • Sadik-Khan Responds: "I'm Bringing Balance to the Streets" (City Room)
    • Voters: Bloomberg Failing on Transit. But Are the Voters Doing Any Better? (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Military Driver Cordoning Off Streets for Nuke Summit Kills Cyclist in Central D.C. (GGW)
    • The Automobile Era: Past Its Peak (Planetizen)
    • DWI Mom Who Killed Leandra Rosado Asks Judge for Leniency (News)
    • Service Cuts Coming Early for G Train Riders (AMNY)
    • MTA Saved a Chunk of Change By Renegotiating Vendor Contracts (NYT, AMNY)
    • 76th Precinct Prepares to Clip Bikes in Carroll Gardens (Bklyn Paper)
    • Coney Island Bike Path Stalled Thanks to NY State Enviro Bureaucracy (Your Nabe)
    • Taxi Turns Into Fireball on Ninth Ave (News)

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