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8:58 AM EDT on April 11, 2011

    • 750 Cyclists, Young and Old, Ride PPW to Support the Lane (PatchBklyn Paper, Bklyn Spoke, WYDNK)
    • More MTA Budget Trouble: Federal Cuts Likely, Golden Wants $81M Taxi Surcharge Cut (Crain's)
    • The Daily News Wants Cuomo to Go Further on Placard Reform
    • Midtown Pop-Up Café Wins Committee Vote at CB 5 (DNAinfo)
    • Metro-North Has Secret Test Car For Onboard Wi-Fi (Post)
    • Feds Give NJ $38.5M to Upgrade Bridge Needed for ARC Replacement (Transpo Nation)
    • Historical Photos: See the Brooklyn Bridge When It Was Mainly Carrying Transit (Brownstoner)
    • More Tales From the Crackdown: Enforcing Stop Signs at Empty Intersections (Gothamist)
    • Police Maintain 2:1 Officer to Rider Ratio at Critical Mass (Village Voice)
    • NYPD Parking Ticket Scandal Could Ensnare 40 Cops, Two Dozen For Felonies (News)

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