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    • City Expected to Select Bike-Share Contractor as Soon as Next Month (Transpo Nation)
    • Unsolved Mystery: What's Holding City Hall Back From Trying Out a Car-Free Central Park? (NYT)
    • Desperate NBBL Lawyers  Subpoena Lander and DOT, Issue Press Release About It (Post)
    • Big Meeting at CB 7 Tonight on Creating Safe Crosstown Central Park Routes for Cyclists (DNAinfo)
    • Goldsmith Hopes Private Firms Will Invest in Upgrading NYC's Parking Tech (City Hall News)
    • Metro-North Train Derails Outside Grand Central During PM Rush, No One Hurt (DNAinfo)
    • After Bike-Ped Crash on Park Loop, Prospect Park Alliance Sets Up Task Force on Road Sharing (Patch)
    • Enforcement and Education Get Distracted Driving Rates to Fall in Two Cities (NYT Bits)
    • Working on a Killer App for MTA Riders? There Could Be $5,000 in It for You (NY1)
    • A Walk Across the Triboro: Majestic Views, Inconvenience and Danger for Peds and Cyclists (City Room)

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