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8:55 AM EDT on July 28, 2011

    • Another Poll, Another Strong Majority of New Yorkers Support Bike Lanes (News)
    • NYPD Targets Deliverymen In Bike Theft Sting, Not Thieves Themselves (NYT)
    • Gelinas: Too Much Borrowing Hurt MTA Under Pataki, No Better Under Cuomo (Post)
    • MTA Debt "Ticking Time Bomb" Says Board Member, Requires $640M From Operating Funds (Newsday)
    • Off Community Board, Bob Cassara Turns to Data and Organizing for Bay Ridge Bike Lane (Courier-Life)
    • Election 2013: Everybody Loves Raymond (News)
    • Anderson Cooper: I Bike and Ride The Subway, So Watch My New Show (NYMag)
    • Top Fashionistas to Design Rental Bikes for Fashion Week This Year (Daily Mail)
    • Heat Proves as Bad for Outdated Connecticut Trains as Winter Was (Transpo Nation)
    • Westchester's Dedication to Exclusionary Zoning Continues to Stall Desegregation (LoHud)

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