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  • Bloomberg Walks Back Attack on Art Vendors in Parks (NYT)
  • Parking Glut Undiscussed in New Domino Point-Counterpoint (Brooklyn Paper 1, 2)
  • Dog Bites Man: CB 2 Wishes Vanderbilt Ave Bike Lane Didn't Remove Parking (NYT)
  • Daily News Editorial: Food Trucks Shouldn't Hog Parking. FedEx Is Bad Too.
  • Top Enviro: To Kick Our Oil Habit, Rewrite Federal Transportation Law (Infrastructurist)
  • Federal Highway Administration's Magazine Profiles NYCDOT's World Class Streets
  • Supreme Court Split Over Environmental Regulation And Property Rights (NYT)
  • Subway Worker Sues MTA, Claims Cheated on Overtime (Post)

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