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    • Private Firm Will Build and Finance the New Goethals Bridge and Its Additional Lanes (News)
    • From L.A., a Transplanted NYer Shakes His Head at Schumer's Anti-Bike Lane Vendetta (HuffPo)
    • NBBLers Now Get Quoted in Every Bklyn Paper Story About Bikes
    • How Many Trees Die Because the Post Prints Garbage By Sally Goldenberg?
    • Video: Why the Central Park Red Light Ticket Blitz Makes No Sense (Chasing Wheels)
    • The Economist: America's Most Livable City Is Pittsburgh (Reuters)
    • Poor Sightlines, Narrower Sidewalks Endangering Peds Walking to New 96th Street Station (DNAinfo)
    • Download a Free App and Help Crowdsource Subway Tracking (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Hoboken and Jersey City Exploring Full-Fledged Bike-Share (Planetizen)
    • Man Run Over By SUV on LI Beach Last May Still Can't Wrest Crash Report Out of Nassau PD (Post)
    • Stay Classy and Honest, Marty Markowitz (Post)

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