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    • Four Out of Five Times Debaters Support Vigorous Promotion of Cycling in NYC; Here's the Fifth
    • MTA Inspector: Subway Mega-Projects $2B Over Budget; Walder Improving Oversight (News)
    • Brooklyn DA Files Homicide Charge For Hit-and-Run Firefighter Who Killed Manuel Guachiac (NYT)
    • JSK Sits Down With Sarah Goodyear at Grist For a Chat About Taming NYC Streets
    • The Times Sues NYPD For Failure to Comply With Freedom of Information Law
    • FDNY Hates David Greenfield's Bill to Shrink No Parking Zone Near Hydrants (Bklyn Paper)
    • Subway Countdown Clocks Now in 100 Stations (News, 2nd Ave Sagas)
    • End of "Train of Thought" Inspires News to Take a Swipe at Walder
    • John del Signore Files a Riposte to Victim-Blaming NY Post Bike Coverage (Gothamist)
    • DiNapoli Blocks MTA Contract With Ripoff Artists at SAIC (News)
    • The Remarkable Recovery of Crash Victim Emily Gossiaux (NYT)

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