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    • Markowitz on PPW Bike Lane: "Nobody Asked For This!" Really? (Bklyn Paper)
    • MTA Tweaks East Side SBS: Adds Extra Buses, Lets Riders Board Local With SBS Receipt (News)
    • Commuters, Workers, and Electeds Rally To Save ARC Tunnel (Transpo NationMTR)
    • Bay Ridge's CB 10 Overrules Transpo Committee, Supports Two New Bike Lanes (Bklyn Paper)
    • Take It From Gridlock Sam: Separated Bike Lanes Have Made Everyone Safer (The Local)
    • Henry St. Update: Millman Distances Self From "Compromise" But Bike Lane Blocking Goes On (Ink Lake)
    • Can MTA Come Up With Better Designs for Second Ave Subway Ventilation Buildings? (SAS)
    • Play Street Proposed for Park Slope Dead End, But Teachers and Parents Prefer Parking (Bklyn Paper)
    • Get Ready For More Transit Raids: DiNapoli Says State Budget Busted (Post)
    • JSK, Redesigned Petrosino Square Make Village Voice's Best of NYC Issue

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