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    • DOT's Willy-B Ramp Revamp Leaves Delancey Street Traffic Nightmare Untouched (Gothamist)
    • Time's Up Counter-Proposal: Route Cyclists Onto a Protected Path Alongside Delancey (Villager)
    • SUV Driver Kills Cyclist Nicholas Djandji; Details From NYPD Don't Add Up (Gothamist, Post, News)
    • After 8 Months, 10 Cyclists Have Been Killed on NYC Streets This Year (News)
    • Hit-and-Run Driver Kills Pedestrian Antonio Damiano, Jr. on Henry Hudson Parkway (Post)
    • Ryan Avent's Job Creation Plan: Let Cities Grow Denser (NYT)
    • One Month On, Boston's Hubway Bike-Share Exceeding Expectations (Globe)
    • Deadline to Reach a Land-Swap Deal for East River Greenway Is 34 Days Away (Post)
    • "We Need to Change the Way We Think About Non-Motorized Transportation and Transit" (Citiwire)
    • Now You Can Try to Decipher NYC Zoning Regs With One Online Map (WSJ)
    • Three Rules to Live By on the Subway (VV via 2nd Ave Sagas)

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