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    • NYMag "Bikelash" Epic Prints This Take on NYC Bike Policy: "Equivalent to What Happened on 9/11"
    • Park Slope PARK Smart Expansion Wins CB Endorsement, Takes Effect in May (Bklyn Paper)
    • Happy 200th Birthday, Manhattan Street Grid (NYT)
    • Leandra's Law Being Enforced - Why Not Hayley and Diego's? (News)
    • Hit-And-Run Drivers Kill Bronx Pedestrian, Critically Injure Queens Cyclist in Sunday Crashes (News)
    • Three-Car Crash Ends With Taxi in Upper West Side Phone Booth (DNAinfo)
    • In Bed-Stuy, NYPD Mace and Taser Man Over Double Parking (News)
    • More Coverage of the Pro-Bike Lane Q Poll Results (Transpo Nation, City Room)
    • PPW Bike Lane Tweaks Will "Make A Good Thing Even Better," Says CB 6 (Bklyn Paper)
    • Odd Times Profile -- What's An "Ideological Mountain Bike"? -- of London Bike Share
    • De Blasio Rallies for Made-In-New-York Taxi of Tomorrow (NY1)

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