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    • Judge Denies NBBL Request to Delay Prospect Park West Proceedings (Transpo Nation)
    • NYC DOT Won't Explain Rationale for Refusing Car-Free Central Park Trial (News)
    • Cab Driver Knocks 10-Year-Old Under Parked Car in Harlem; No Charges Filed (DNAinfo, News)
    • Turtle Bay NIMBY Fears East Side Bike Lanes Will Disrupt Global Diplomacy (DNAinfo)
    • TOD Restrictions in Williamsbridge and Baychester a Done Deal, Says CB Manager (YourNabe)
    • Post Publishes Rational Summary of Brooklyn Bridge Park Pedestrian Plan
    • NY1 Reporter Hops on a Bike for Hysteria-Free Bike Lane Piece
    • Meanwhile, on the NY Times Transpo Beat: Al D'Amato's Speeding Chauffeur Hits a Pothole (City Room)
    • Hands Off Those Fancy Rims, Say Klein and Dinowitz (NY1)
    • It's Barely Possible That a Highway Widening Isn't the Best Thing for Los Angeles (NYT)

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