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    • City May Reverse Plan to Add Bike Lanes to Greenpoint Avenue Bridge (Bklyn Paper)
    • Atlantic Yards Might Just Be a Stadium + Parking Lot Forever (Post, Gothamist) ...or Not (AYR)
    • Florida's Loss = New York's Gain? Amtrak and Cuomo Apply for HSR Funds (Transpo Nation)
    • Long-Time SI Advance Copy Editor Killed By Drunk Driver on Garden State Parkway
    • Groundbreaking SFPark Ready for Prime Time Later This Month (SFChron)
    • TWU Internal Audit Turns Up Some Fishy Car-Related Expenses (News)
    • The Brooklyn Waterfront Is Booming "Like Soho on Steroids" (News)
    • Jim Brennan's PPW Survey Turns Into a Rare Pro-Bike Headline in the Post
    • On Bike Lanes, Kirsten Gillibrand Is as Verbose as Chuck Schumer (Observer)
    • More Legislation From David Greenfield: Surprise, It's About Parking (News)
    • The Times Prints Two Letters About Bike Lanes, and the Top One Calls for Licensing All Cyclists

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