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    • Spot Check: Cops and Delivery Vehicles Are NYC's Worst Bike Lane Blockers (DNAinfo)
    • City's East River Ferry Service Debuts -- Fares Come Later (Brooklyn Paper, NYT, DNAinfo, NY1)
    • City Room Spent All Day on the Ferry
    • Rochester Residents Tell David Gantt to Get Behind Statewide Complete Streets Law (MTR)
    • Garodnick: Double Traffic Fines for E-Bikes (Post)
    • After Fighting Against Congestion Pricing, Queens Civic Congress Angling for More Bus Service (News)
    • Widow of Slain Sanit Worker Frank Justich Films PSA Asking Queens Drivers to Slow Down (News)
    • Brooklyn Paper Turns CB10's "General Support" for Bay Ridge Summer Streets Into a Bloodbath
    • It's Taking the MTA Forever to Get the 181st Street Station Escalators Into Good Shape (NY1)
    • When Countdown Clocks Lay Bare the Secrets of the Subway (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • Early Post-Weiner Horse Race: Quinn's in the Lead for 2013 Mayoralty (Post)

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