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    • Latest Bike-Share Hit Piece From the Times: Heavy on Innuendo and Errors, Light on Facts
    • Upper East Side Community Board Does Not Want Bikes to Cross Central Park Safely (DNAinfo)
    • Dateline NBC Sting Forces NYC Bike Shops to Confront Their Role in Bike Theft (Villager)
    • Stuyvesant Sophomore Aileen Chen Killed on Bike in Borough Park; Police Blame Victim (Post, News)
    • Jaguar Driver in Bed-Stuy Hit-And-Run Leaves Pedestrian in Critical Condition (News)
    • Queens Pedestrian in Critical Condition After Vans Crash, Sending One Onto Curb (News)
    • Big Box Stores Continue March On Southwest Brooklyn Waterfront (WSJ)
    • Next Frontier in Transit Data: Smartphones as Sensors (NYT)
    • Daily News Blasts TLC on Handicapped Access, Failed Borough Plans
    • Newest NYPD Ticket Blitz Is Against Incumbent Business-Threatening Food Trucks (DNAinfo)

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