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    • Chuck Schumer Lobbying Against PPW Bike Lane Behind the Scenes (Post)
    • Wealthy PPW Foes Get Pro Bono Help From White Shoe Law Firm, Expected to Sue (Transpo Nation 12)
    • From Historic Low, NYC Traffic Deaths Rose 4.3 Percent in 2010 (NYT)
    • Error-Riddled Daily News Editorial Accuses Sadik-Khan of Operating in Secret
    • NJ Senators, Amtrak Announce New Hudson Tunnel Plan: Less Capacity, Higher Cost (Transpo Nation)
    • Avella, Weprin and Markowitz Already Organizing Against Congestion Pricing Revival (News)
    • Drunk Driver Kills 80-Year-Old Maria Prikul in Bath Beach, Dragging Her For a Block (PostNews)
    • Hit-And-Run Driver Breaks Leg of Zyaire Felder, Age 7, on Sidewalk-Less Staten Island Street (Advance)
    • UWS: Rear-Ended Taxi Jumps Curb, Hits Two Pedestrians Before Ending in Bank Lobby (PostNews)
    • Eastern Parkway Reconstruction, Including Bike/Ped-Friendly Median, May Start in Spring (Brownstoner)
    • The Observer's Matt Chaban Nails It: "Marty Mocks Bikes While People Perish"

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