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    • Yes, the TWU's Message Can Get Even More Counterproductive (News)
    • Bike Bedlam 2: CBS2 Turns Its Sights on Delivery Riders, Cyclists in Central Park
    • Feel the Anger: Ex-Cabbie Heaps Scorn on "Biker Brats" (News)
    • News Editorial Board Member Reduces Bike Divide to Newcomers vs. Oldtimers
    • Health Department: Traffic Pollution Harms NYers Even If They Don't Live Next to It (Post)
    • Uh-Oh -- MTA Putting Off Replacement of Old Subway Cars (AMNY)
    • Ben Kabak Takes Brooklyn Rep William Colton to Task for Transit Hypocrisy
    • Must-Read: 94th Pct. Dep. Inspector Dennis Fulton Shows Solidarity With Bike Owners (Bklyn Paper)
    • City Asks for Proposals to Build $2.25M Williamsburg Ferry Landing (Post)
    • Foundation of $1.4B Fulton Transit Center Is Complete (NY1)
    • Attendance at Barretto Point Pool Down Big After MTA Service Cuts (Metro)
    • Hudson River Park Trust, Not Parks Dept, Confiscated Bikes This Weekend (Walk in the Park)

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