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    • Grading Jay Walder, One Year In (News)
    • Cuomo Promises to Unveil Urban Agenda (NYT)
    • Ravitch To Write Transportation Funding Report Before Leaving Office (Crain's)
    • Though Over 80% of Residents Use Bus, Murray Hill Organizes Against 34th St. Transitway (DNAinfo)
    • Lots of Demand, Little Progress as East Side Lobbies for a Real Greenway (News)
    • Remembering Westway: "NY Won" When $1.4B Shifted From Highways to Transit (News)
    • TWU Should've Stuck With Commuter Van Service, Says News
    • Queens Boulevard Alley Cat Race Calls Attention to Borough's Need for Safe Cycling (News)
    • Unlicensed Driver Leaves 84-Year-Old Staten Island Woman in Serious Condition (Post)
    • Police Initiate "Wild Chase" in East New York (News)
    • Without Any Outdoor Space, Chelsea Middle School Takes Over the Street for Lunch (DNAinfo)
    • Jay Walljasper Explores Cycling in the Netherlands (Citiwire)

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