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    • DOT Releases Even More PPW Data: Redesigned Street Serves More Total Commuters (Transpo Nation)
    • Madison Ave Killer Gets Summons Only For Technicalities, While Police Blame Victim For iPod (News)
    • Cuomo Must Choose Between Maintaining Transit and No New Revenue Pledge (Gotham Gazette)
    • East Bronx Wants To Be City's First 20 MPH Zone (News)
    • Boro Park Ambulances, Businesses Continue Barrage Against Safe Streets For Seniors (News)
    • It's Still The City's Best Deal, But Parking Meter Rate Hike Draws Bronx Motorists' Ire (News)
    • Ikea Gives Employees Free Bikes, Remains Opposed to Red Hook Lane (Bklyn Paper)
    • Staten Island Cyclists Urge Greenway Improvements to Compensate For Father Capodanno Lane (NY1)
    • Upper Manhattan CB 12 Delays Bike Lane Discussion, Says Winter Date Unfair to Elderly (DNAinfo)
    • Responsive MTA Tweaks East Side SBS Based on Rider Feedback (DNAinfo)
    • Get Ready to Take The Ed Koch Bridge Bike Lane, Avoid Hugh Carey Tunnel Traffic (NYT)

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