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    • The Times Asks Why NYC's Cycling Gender Gap Persists, Ignores DOT Data That Show It's Shrinking
    • Mail Truck Driver Kills Cyclist Marilyn Dershowitz, 68, on West 29th Street (News)
    • Widower Nathan Dershowitz, Brother of Alan, in Disbelief That Cops May Not File Charges (News)
    • Bar Owner Ray Deter Dies Days After Jaguar Driver Struck Him While Cycling on Canal Street (News)
    • The Economic Argument for Investing in Bike Infrastructure (NYT Economix)
    • Pete Donohue Lays Into the MTA for Bargaining Hard With Transit Workers (News)
    • Port Authority Pledges $3.2M to Finish Overhaul of GWB Bus Terminal (DNAinfo)
    • New State DOT Commish Can Prove Her Commitment to Safety on Smithtown's Main Street (MTR)
    • A Bird's Eye View of the Billion Dollar Fulton Street Transit Hub (2nd Ave Sagas)
    • More Than 100 Cyclists, Including Jasmijn Rijcken, Turn Out for "Skirts on Bikes" Ride (NY Press)

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