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    • It's Official: Christie Kills ARC (WNYC, NYT, MTR)
    • Should New York Kick in a Bigger Share to Revive ARC? (NYT)
    • No Charges for Jaguar Driver Who Ran Down Mom and 2 Kids in Woodhaven (Post, News)
    • No Charges Expected for 79-Year-Old Driver Who Injured 3 Teens on Brooklyn Sidewalk (News)
    • No Charges for Driver Who Plowed Into Queens Grocery, Critically Injuring Customer (Post)
    • The Only Place Retail Rents Are Higher Than in 2008 Is the Ped-Friendly Times Square (NYT)
    • Toll-Shopping Motorists Have a Few More Reasons to Drive Over Traffic-Choked Free Bridges (NYT)
    • Former DOT Commish Lou Riccio Talks Sense in Letter to Bike-Hating Steve Cuozzo (Post)
    • Board of Elections Has Already Spent $1.2M on Car Services This Year (City Hall)
    • Roosevelt Island Lifts Ban on Overnight Bike Parking (Roosevelt Islander)
    • The Case for Running a "Bicycles" Section in the Times (Ride the City)

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