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8:54 AM EDT on June 8, 2011

    • Weiner Scandal Leaves Bill de Blasio as the 2013 Anti-Bike Lane Candidate (Transpo Nation)
    • Christie Denies Okaying Reported $2 Port Authority Toll Hike (PostStar-Ledger)
    • 181st Street Plan Improves Ped Safety, But Lacks Proposed Bus Lanes (DNAinfo)
    • To Attract Better Staff and Clients, UBS Considers Move From Stamford Back to New York (NYT)
    • Flushing Main Street Subway Station Joins Top Ten Busiest (City Room)
    • Brooklyn Man Killed in Hit-And-Run After Fight on Sidewalk (News)
    • Turn Traffic Lane Into Metered Parking, Says Sunnyside BID (News)
    • Second Leg of High Line Opens, Doubling Elevated Park in Length (NewsPost)
    • New York Now Officially Second Tier in Bike Lane Ambition (Sun-Times, Tribune)

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