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    • Gale Brewer to Introduce Car-Free Parks Bill in City Council (Post)
    • On Brian Lehrer Today: NBBL Lawyer Jim Walden Will Make His Case Against PPW Lane
    • Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson: "Sometimes a Bike Lane Is Just a Bike Lane" (HuffPo)
    • Brewer, Rodriguez and Gentile Want Blinking Yellows in Central Park, But DOT Opposed (DNAinfo)
    • NYPD Quickly Apologizes to Central Park Cyclists for Improper Speeding Tickets (NYT)
    • MTA May Sell Off Headquarters to Help Close Budget Gap (WSJ)
    • New York's Infrastructure Gets Worst Report Card Ever (Transpo Nation)
    • Irrational Opposition to Pop-Up Cafés Gets Post's Attention
    • Offboard Fare Collection to Start on 34th Street Buses This Summer (DNAinfo)
    • As MTA Considers Banning Food, Litter Laws Already Go Unenforced (News)
    • New NJ Transit Station Spurs Development in Wood-Ridge (WSJ)

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