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    • No Action Seen on MTA Capital Deficit Until Fall (Crain's)
    • Skeletons, Not 20 MPH Speed Limit, Draw Media Attention (NYT, WSJ)
    • Bloomberg Stands Fully Behind Sadik-Khan (Politicker)
    • Another Q Poll Shows Support For Bike Lanes, But Few Believe They're Well-Used (WSJ)
    • As Outer Borough-Only Taxi Plans Develop, City Council Increases Fines For Refusing Fares (PostNYT)
    • Truck Driver Kills Tricycling Four-Year-Old, Drags Under Wheels 200 Feet Before Noticing (News)
    • NJ Transit Proposes Extending Light Rail 7/10 Mile West From Jersey City (Transpo Nation)
    • Town and County Support Road Diet For Deadly Rt 25/25A, But Where Is NYSDOT? (MTR)
    • Chutzpah Award: Christie Blames N.J. Senators For Not Securing HSR Funds (WSJ)
    • After Eight Months of Debate, Upper Manhattan CB Agrees to Discuss Bike Lanes (DNAinfo)
    • Trump "Limo Lane" Mixes Parking and Privilege For Perfect Storm of Controversy (DNAinfo, WPIX)
    • Metropolis Magazine Calmly Demolishes The PPW Bike Lane Opposition

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