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    • Bloomberg on Bike Lanes: "I'm Probably on the Other Side" of Iris Weinshall (Transpo Nation, Post)
    • Anthony Weiner Again Gives a Non-Committal and Qualified "I Support Bike Lanes" (Observer)
    • Drivers Collide in Jackson Heights, Kill 82-Year-Old Pedestrian Margaret Choborka; No Charges (News)
    • Michael Grynbaum Notices Bike Lane Data Thanks to Wolfson Memo (NYT)
    • MAS President: It's Time to Rethink NYC's 60s-Era Zoning Resolution for the 21st Century (Crain's)
    • David Greenfield Desperately Trying to Open Up Curb Space Without Raising Its Price (Post)
    • Now New Yorkers Can Fight Parking Tickets From the Convenience of the Living Room (NYT, News)
    • The PPW Bike Lane Drama Has Set Bike Snob's Inner Advocate Aflame
    • MTA Board Casually Discussing Whether Food Should Be Allowed on the Train (News)
    • Jets Owner Woody Johnson on Crutches After Getting Hit By Driver While Biking in Florida (News)
    • Something Tells Me Andrea Peyser Wouldn't Like Street Fairs Even If They Were Less Generic (Post)

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