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    • NYC Bike-Share: Read All About It (Post, News, DNA, Crain's, TransNat, MTR, NBC, Observer, SAS)
    • Sadik-Khan Grabs Some Ink on the Daily News Op-Ed Page
    • Haughney and Grynbaum Invoke Spandex in Graf One, Coast Downhill From There (NYT)
    • Felix Salmon Expertly Picks Apart Sean Sweeney's Bike-Share NIMBYism
    • Cue Michael Herzenberg: AAA Afraid Its Members Will Be Hitting More Cyclists (NY1)
    • Drunk Off-Duty Cop Kills Pedestrian in the Bronx (News, NY1)
    • Man Fatally Struck on FDR Was Running From Police; Motorist Kills Self on Queens Blvd (News, DNA)
    • Parents Upset That School Bus Snafus Are Forcing Kids to Take Transit (News)
    • TWU Wants Bus Drivers Protected in Wake of Bronx Assaults (NY1)
    • Bensonhurst Cranks Apoplectic Over Parking Construction; Denis Hamill Picks Up a Pitchfork
    • Revitalized Westchester Square to Start With Restored Park, Expanded Public Plaza (News)
    • City Council Experiment Will Leave Slush Spending to Voters (NYT)
    • Marty Markowitz Has Not -- Repeat: Has Not -- Ruled Out Mayoral Run (NY1)

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