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    • Lander and Levin Survey: Three Quarters of Park Slope Favors PPW Bike Lane (Transpo Nation)
    • Astoria Resident Max Vickers Killed By Hit-and-Run Driver in Nassau (Newsday)
    • Police Arrest Teenage Suspect in Forest Hills Hit-and-Run (Queens Chron)
    • Cyclists Ride in Memory of Jasmine Herron and in Support of Better Drivers Ed (The Local)
    • Hudson Sq. BID Picks Team to Design More Ped-Friendly Streets Near Holland Tunnel (Downtown Exp)
    • Access to Transit = Access to Employment (NYT)
    • Fantasizing About Transit Expansions That Might Never Happen (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • New Yorkers: You Can Live in a Curbside Parking Space Rent-Free! (Post)
    • AMNY Has a Bike Columnist -- Here's the First Bunch of Letters to His Mailbag
    • DC Metro Sets Sights on Quintupling Bike-to-Train Mode Share (GGW)

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