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    • Bike Lane Rally! See How City Room, Transpo Nation, Observer, DNAInfo, and El Diario Covered It
    • A Court Ruling Finally Finds Fault With Atlantic Yards Overseers (AYR, Bklyn Paper)
    • With No TIGER Grant for 10th Ave 7 Train Station, REBNY's Looking for ARC $ Instead (Crain's)
    • DOT Floats Traffic Diversion Plan to Reduce Ped-Vehicle Conflict at Queens Center Mall (News)
    • Taxi Fleet Owners Fear Switch to "Taxi of Tomorrow" (News)
    • 39 New York State Manufacturers Would Benefit From Bigger Federal Transit Investment (MTR)
    • Blind New Yorkers Want to Know Where the Sidewalk Ends at New Ped Spaces (DNAInfo)
    • Ridership to the Meadowlands Up 50 Percent in Year Two (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • No Parking Issue Too Small to Set Off Anger and Outrage (Queens Chron)
    • Patrol SUV Rammed By Driver in Sheepshead Bay; Perp Gets Failure-to-Yield (Post)

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